PIA to run three special flights to Kabul

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Staff Reporter
Islamabad

PIA’s first special flight to repatriate Pakistanis stranded in Afghanistan landed at the Hamid Karzai International Airport Wednesday afternoon.

According to the spokesperson of the Pakistan International Airlines, PK-6249 took off from the Islamabad International Airport for Kabul early morning.

“PIA will run three special flights to bring back Pakistanis, media persons, and employees of international organisations stuck in the country.” Approximately 900 people will be brought back in the special flights, he added.

On Sunday, the Afghan Taliban returned to power after twenty years. They entered Kabul on Sunday noon, completing the overall takeover of the country with the capture of capital Kabul.

 

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