Safi to increase flights to Dubai
Dubai, February 7, 2012
Leading international airline of Afghanistan, Safi Airways, will increase its capacity between Kabul and Dubai effective March 28.
The airline which travels twice daily will now operate additional A320 and B767 flights on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday (four flights).
Lloyd Carswell, chief commercial officer, Safi Airways, said: “Due to growing demands, Safi Airways’ additional flights from and to Kabul and Dubai will meet the requirements of travelers constantly flying between the two cities.”
“Flights will be operated by our Airbus 320 and Boeing 767 on key days between the two cities effective March 28 thus providing our customers a convenient and frequent travel option targeting the busier days of the week,” Carswell added.
The ICAO-complaint airline recently announced its new route to Abu Dhabi and will shortly launch flights to Bahrain, a statement from the airline company said. – TradeArabia News Service
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