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Published On: Tue, Oct 3rd, 2017

Afghanistan’s Kam Air opened route between Mazar-e-Sharif and Delhi

nsnbc : Afghanistan’s Kham Air, on October 2, opened a new daily route between Mazar-e-Sharif and Delhi in India. The airline plans to open other new routes to Asian, Middle Eastern and European cities.

Kam Air_Afghanistan_archivesKam Air reported that it soon will announce the opening of another direct route between Herat and Delhi. Kam Air started in 2003 and has its main located in the Hamid Karzai International Airport in the Afghan capital Kabul.

The airline operates mainly domestic flights but is increasingly trying to access the international market. It currently also operates flights between Kabul and Dubai, Dushanbe and Delhi.

Kam Air reports that it also plans to open routes between Kabul and Frankfurt, Kiev, Moscow, Jeddah, Islamabad and Hangzhou.

It currently reports its fleet as containing one Boeing  767-200, two McDonnell Douglas MD87, and three McDonnell Douglas MD83.

Kam Air is the only Afghan Airline providing cargo charter flights on Boeing 747 F (Frigther Aircraft) each with 110 Ton Cargo Capacity in and out of Afghanistan Globally. The airline reports that it also provides a wide range of solutions cargo transportation within Afghanistan by fix wing as well as Mi-17 Helicopters.

F/AK – nsnbc 03.10.2017

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