Ariana Airlines’ Flight Returns To Kabul After 100-Day Stoppage In Russia

Kabul: The Civil Aviation Authority announced on Saturday that the Boeing 737 belonging to Ariana Airlines, which had stopped in Russia 100 days ago, landed at Hamid Karzai International Airport on June 5.

According to the Civil Aviation Authority, the plane was acquitted by a court in Russia following the efforts of the agency and diplomatic authorities.

The agency added that under Russian customs law, unlicensed flights from that country’s airports could result in millions of dollars in fines. The plane had been stopped on suspicion of leaving Russian airspace without permission.

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