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PIA in talks to increase cargo trade with Afghanistan

Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) is in talks with the neighbouring country of Afghanistan to increase air links and trade, as well as to expand its flight operations to Afghanistan’s other destinations, a statement issued by the government-owned airline said on Wednesday.

PIA Chief Executive officer (CEO) Air Marshal (r) Arshad Malik met Afghan Aviation Head Dr Qasim Wafaizada in Kabul and the two discussed avenues for increasing air links between the two countries.

Along with cargo trade, the PIA CEO requested Afghanistan’s Civil Aviation Authority to allow an increase in the airline’s flights to Kabul and approve its flights from Kandahar and Mazar-i-Sharif to further strengthen ties between the two countries.

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