PIA spokesman Abdullah Khan stated in a press release that the service was a “particular flight” to create “goodwill” with the individuals of Afghanistan and to “strengthen humanitarian efforts.”
The spokesman clarified to CNN that this was “not an help flight.”
PIA stated the Boeing 777 plane departed Islamabad, Pakistan’s capital metropolis, at 6:45 a.m. native time after particular preparations had been made by Afghanistan’s civil aviation authorities and PIA’s workers.
International journalists traveled into the Afghan capital on the flight whereas staff of the World Financial institution have been introduced again to Islamabad on the return leg, the spokesman informed CNN.
These flights sign that no less than some international nationals who wish to depart Afghanistan shall be ready to take action, following weeks of uncertainty. Civilians have been left scrambling to search out protected passage from the nation for the reason that Taliban takeover in mid-August threw a US-led evacuation effort into confusion.