- A Mahan Air airplane landed on Wednesday in Kabul with 19 passengers on board.
- Iran had stopped common passenger companies to Kabul after the Taliban captured the capital metropolis final month.
- The Iranian civil aviation company introduced the interruption of flights to Kabul for safety causes.
DUBAI: Iran has resumed passenger flights to Afghanistan, Iran’s state-run al-Alam TV channel reported Wednesday.
An Iranian Mahan aeroplane landed on Wednesday in Kabul with 19 passengers on board, coming from the town of Mashhad, it mentioned.
Common passenger companies to Kabul had stopped after the Taliban captured the Afghan capital final month, because the Iranian civil aviation company introduced interruption of flights to Kabul for safety causes.
Mahan Air, the second-largest Iranian airline after the state-owned Iran Air, earlier operated two flights per week between Mashhad and Kabul.
Further enter from AFP.