The Ministry of Transport and Civil Aviation said once-a-week flights from Kabul to Delhi on Fridays have begun, and flights to Urumqi, China will begin in two weeks.
"The flights to Delhi have started again, Ariana Afghan Airline company will have one flight a week on Fridays. And as the passengers increase, the flights will increase." said: Imamuddin Ahmadi, spokesman for the Ministry of Transport and Civil Aviation,
Meanwhile, India is expected to start the visa issuance process for Afghan citizens.
Indian aviation companies are expected to begin flights to Afghanistan.
Airplanes that travel to India will not only transfer passengers but will also transport commercial goods.
The Chamber of Agriculture and Livestock said that the start of flights will have an important role in the increase of the country's exports.
“In the current situation we need appropriate markets and India is the best market for fruit and vegetables of Afghanistan. So, we propose to restart air transit, ” said Merwis Haji Zada.
Tourism companies said that the beginning of the flights is important to solve the problem of students as well as people with medical needs.
“As we have more flights, our business will be better and will provide opportunities for people and solve the problem of the students,” said Qais Sohrab, head of a tourist company union.
After the Islamic Emirate took power, major airlines to Afghanistan stopped operating.