On 15 August, the Taliban took control of Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan. Since then, various countries have stopped commercial flights with the country. International commercial flights landed again at Kabul airport on Monday after more than three weeks.
NDTV quoted the news agency AFP as saying.
A Pakistan Airlines flight with a handful of passengers landed in Kabul on Monday, the report said. Maybe there were about 10 passengers on the flight. It seems that the flight had more staff than passengers.
Earlier, PIA spokesman Abdullah Hafiz Khan said, “We have received all kinds of technical clearances to operate flights to Kabul.” Our first commercial flight to Kabul will leave Islamabad on 13 September.
Qatar Airways operates several chartered flights from Kabul. Simultaneously an Afghan airline launched domestic flights last week.