Kabul: Domestic flights may resume in Afghanistan from today, the country’s flag carrier Ariana Afghan Airlines said.
“We have received a green light from the Taliban and aviation authorities and plan to start flights today,” Tamim Ahmadi, a senior manager with the airline told AFP.
The new government is in the final stages of formation and the names are expected to be announced as soon as the top leaders reach Kabul.
The Taliban captured Afghanistan on August 15 and gave the US and other countries until August 31 to evacuate their civilians and withdraw troops from the country.
The Taliban has been planning to form a new government since early September.
Meanwhile, the Taliban has been working to restore normalcy in Afghanistan since the departure of US troops.