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Taliban govt warns PIA, Kam Air over hiking flight prices

Kabul, Oct 14 (UNI) Afghanistan’s Civil Aviation Authority has said that Pakistan’s PIA and Afghanistan’s Kam Air will be banned from conducting flights from Kabul to Islamabad if they do not charge the same price as they did prior to the establishment of the Taliban government.
According to Afghan media the announcement issued on Thursday stated, that the flights of these two airlines will be stopped on this route if they fail to comply.
The Civil Aviation Authority has warned Pakistan’s PIA and Afghan airline Kam Air to adjust ticket prices for flights from Kabul to Islamabad to what they were before the new government came into power.
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