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DUSHANBE – Tajik Air June 24 completed its first non-stop flight from Dushanbe to Islamabad, Avesta.tj reported, quoting the airline press office.
The flight was Tajik Air’s first non-stop service to Pakistan since 2001, when the countries suspended a 1990 aviation agreement after war began in Afghanistan. Before that suspension, Tajik Air flew to Karachi.
The Dushanbe-Islamabad flight will operate twice a week. Tajik Air plans weekly non-stop service to Kabul starting in July.