The first flight from the airport Hamid Karzai from Kabul Departure this Thursday, destination Depart for Doha, the capital of QatarAccording to Al Jazeera, there were 115 passengers on a Qatar Airways plane.
This is the first “scheduled” international flight Since the last group of US soldiers left on August 31, the airport in the Afghan capital took off.
this 115 passengers on board The Qatar Airways passenger planes are “mainly Afghan nationals, but “some of them have other nationalities,” the chain added.
On the other hand, this shows that the new Taliban government has given the green light for the travel of about 200 passengers from the United States and other countries, but did not specify.
Mutlaq al Qahtani, Special Envoy of the Government of Qatar in Kabul, Today announced the resumption of operations at Kabul Airport, indicating that there will be flights between Doha and the Afghan capital.
He said: “At Kabul Airport, there will be Afghan passengers on international commercial or charter flights for the first time,” and they have the necessary documents for travel. Alcatani.
“Kabul Airport is fully operational. Our first concern is the safety of air navigation (…). However, I can definitely say that this is a historic day in Afghanistan’s history, because Kabul Airport has already been put into operation. Operations,” he added.
He also pointed out: “We are not talking about evacuation, but about free movement (…). Those who have Passport or travel document You can travel on the plane with one card,” the envoy detailed.
Al Jazeera showed off some Afghan passengers preparing to travel to various international destinations. They performed the usual procedures in the airport lounge. The chain said that the passenger himself is the person who bought the ticket.
This will be the first time a foreign citizen has been boarded since the evacuation operation ended on August 30, when the US military handed over control of the airport to the Taliban and left Kabul.
Washington evacuated approximately 6,000 Americans and approximately 124,000 civilians through Kabul Airport, including Afghan collaborators and citizens of other countries.
Many people stopped halfway in Qatar, in Udeid Air Force BaseMajor US and dozens of Afghan evacuees in the Persian Gulf were temporarily welcomed by Doha.