Afghan Kam Air planes land in Iran without passengers

Tehran (IP) - The spokesman of the Iran's Civil Aviation Organization (CAO) announced the acceptance of some planes of Afghan Airlines in Iran.

Iran PressIran News: Mohammad Hassan Zibakhsh, said: "Following the escalation of clashes and tensions at Kabul airport, the owner of the private airline "Kam Air" of Afghanistan, demanded the transfer of some of the company's plans to Iranian airports.

Zibakhsh added: "The Islamic Republic of Iran, in line with international interactions with neighboring countries, has issued landing permits for these flights, which are without passengers."


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