Kabul Airport, new safety guidelines issued

Canada: A new safety guideline for air traffic service pilots has been issued at Kabul Airport.

According to the details, the safety bulletin issued by the International Federation of Airline Pilots Association states that the services will not be provided by the pilots if the flights are not given prior permission at Kabul Airport.

According to the Safety Bulletin, military agencies are monitoring the pre-authorization of flights in Kabul, due to which the airlines have been asked to strictly implement the pre-authorization program.

The directive states that services will not be provided at Kabul Airport without prior permission. The reason for prior permission is limited parking of aircraft at Kabul Airport.

According to the Safety Bulletin, the International CAA was first asked to set up advisory services. The contingency coordination team will bulletin the service, but international civil aviation has not yet been updated.

According to the Safety Bulletin, the Kabul Flight Information showed some flights day and night, most of the flights were by military aircraft, some by civilian aircraft, but the International CAA did not have information on the purpose of the flights, possibly according to the ICAO. But these flights may be for evacuation.

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