European aviation watchdog advises industrial airlines corresponding flights across Afghanistan. Recommendation given to avoid the space until September 20.
The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) is not advising practical to airlines manage flights in the airspace of Afghanistan, Europe’s aviation watchdog said on Wednesday, responding to a query from TASS.
“EASA is advising commercial operators not to handle any flights in FIR Kabul airspace [the airspace of Afghanistan] until further notice,” the European aviation watchdog said in a statement.
Some recommendations to skirt the area will be reviewed on September 20, as the announcement says.
- On August 15, fighters from the Taliban radical militant group (outlawed in Russia) entered Kabul without any resistance and established full control over the Afghan capital within several hours.
Afghan President Announcement
President of Afghanistan Ashraf Ghani declared that he had stepped down to avoid bloodshed and fled the country.
- Westernmost nations are evacuating their citizens and embassy staff.
The Taliban later published it had stabilized to handle over all the communities of the Afghan capital.
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