25 Percent Increase in Afghanistan Overflights Amid US-Iran Disputes

Afghanistan’s Civil Aviation Authority has said that flights over Afghanistan have increased by 25 percent amid tensions between the United States and Iran.

ACAA in a statement on Saturday said that the International Civil Aviation Organization and International Air Transport Association requested Afghanistan and other countries in the region to help facilitate more overflights, following escalation of tensions in the region.
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The authority said that airlines had already changed their routes to Afghanistan due to security issues in Iran and the Persian Gulf.

Tensions between the United States and Iran have escalated dramatically after a top Iranian military commander Qassem Soleimani was killed last week in a US air strike in Iraq.

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