Kabul Airport reopens for military flights after suicide bombings

The Kabul airport, which was closed after two suicide bombings outside the Hamid Karzai International Airport in the Afghan capital Kabul on Thursday evening, has been reopened for special military flights.

However, information regarding landing at the airport, take-off and the presence of aircraft on the ground is being kept secret.

According to aviation sources, the airport was temporarily closed to traffic on Thursday evening after two consecutive suicide bombings outside the airport caused heavy casualties.

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However, a few hours after the incident, a US Air Force flight from Al Ain Airport in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) landed in Kabul.

According to aviation sources, flight RCH649 landed at Kabul Airport at 9:30 pm.

According to sources, after that, the flight of US Air Force started flying from Kabul International Airport, after which the flights of air forces of different countries started flying to Kabul.

According to sources, the arrival and departure information of Kabul Airport as well as the details of the planes at the airport ground have been removed from the website.