PIA flight along with CEO arrived in Kabul
PIA has launched its flight operation to bring foreigners from Afghanistan to Pakistan. Today, the first flight reached Kabul from Islamabad.
CEO PIA Air Marshal Arshad Malik himself took the first flight to encourage the crew.
CEO PIA Air Marshal Arshad Malik will hold important meetings with Afghan Civil Aviation and NATO officials at Kabul Airport.
The CEO at Kabul Airport will also review administrative matters and operations with Pakistani Ambassador Mansoor Khan after the new government is formed.
According to aviation sources, PIA’s first special flight PK 6249 with Airbus 320 left Islamabad for Kabul, while the second special flight with Boeing 777 will depart shortly.
According to PIA spokesman Abdullah A Khan, both flights will return to Islamabad from Kabul today.
PIA sources expect that more than 500 UN members stranded in Kabul will be repatriated to Pakistan today.
After the departure of these flights, Aviation Minister Ghulam Sarwar will allow more flights.
According to the instructions of the Minister of Aviation, flights from other cities of Afghanistan are being considered.
It should be noted that since the Taliban took complete control of Kabul, the United Nations and various countries had requested Pakistan to relocate its citizens to Islamabad on which the PIA had formed a special flight operation.