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Safi Airways adds two new aircrafts to its fleet

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Safi Airways adds two new aircrafts to its fleet

safi airwaysIn a bid to expand its services, Safi Airways have added two planes in the company’s fleet.

According to the officials, the planes would be introduced on the Islamabad-Dubai route.

The Afghan government and the Afghanistan Chamber of Commerce and Industries (ACCI) have welcomed the latest investment by Safi and regarded it as an important stride towards improvement of aviation sector in the sector.

“This will make traveling easy and improve the strength of the aviation sector,” said Finance Minister Hazrat Omar Zakhilwal.

“The renting of these two planes indicates that the bad days of the aviation sector are over,” said Jarullah Masnori, deputy technical head of the Ministry of Transport and Civil Aviation.

Meanwhile, ACCI chief Mohammad Qurban Haqjo called on the government to provide further investment opportunities in the aviation sector.

According to Tolo News, there are 40 airports currently operating in Afghanistan, of which four are officially international, eight regional and the remaining just local services.



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