Afghanistan has opened the airspace of Kabul to the military

Civilian transit aircraft are advised to fly around Kabul; its airspace is open only to military aircraft, the Afghan Civil Aviation Authority said.

Transit flights through Kabul will not receive the support of dispatching services, the Reuters news agency reports with reference to the statement of the department. The air traffic control services of Kabul control the airspace of the whole of Afghanistan.

According to the aviation resource FlightRadar24, the flights of Air India Chicago – New Delhi and Terra Avia Baku-New Delhi, which were supposed to follow through the airspace of Afghanistan, changed their routes.

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