COVID-19: Afghan Airline Lands in Brazil for the First Time
Afghanistan’s KAM Air landed an Airbus A340-300 in Brazil with medical equipment. This was the first flight made by an Afghan carrier to the country.
The flight flew from Nanjing, China, to Nairobi, Kenya, and then to the city of Cabo Frio along the coast of Brazil. After that, the plane was scheduled to go to Chile.
Its lengthy route was due to the EU ban on Afghan carriers. KAM Air is also banned in the U.S. airspace.
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