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New transit lines open
Safi Airways plans to buy three narrow-bodied aircraft next year to operate on new international routes. The airline already has two Airbus A320s, one Boeing 767, and two Boeing 737s. As of January 5, the airline has begun 4 weekly flights between Kabul and Abu Dhabi, in addition to its previously established twice a day flights between Kabul and Dubai. The new aircraft will be used for Kabul-Bahrain flights from February and flights between Kabul and Kathmandu from May.
There also are plans to increase the number of flights to seven per week on the Kabul-Delhi route and to operate three flights a week to Mumbai.
This builds upon December 2011’s successful first running of an Afghan train to further improve mobility of goods and services within the nation and the region.