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FORMED AND STARTED OPERATIONS IN 1955. NATIONAL AIRLINE. DOMESTIC & INTERNATIONAL, SCHEDULED, PASSENGER, JET AIRPLANE SERVICES.
METROLOGY BUILDING KABUL AIRPORT
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Afghanistan (State of Afghanistan) was established in 1919, it covers an area of 652,090 sq km, its population is 21 million, its capital city is Kabul, and its official languages are Pashtu, Tajik, and Uzbek.
APRIL 1996: TO AMRITSAR, DELHI, DUBAI, MOSCOW, TASHKENT, PRAGUE, AND JEDDAH.
SUBSIDIARY ARIANA CARGO TOOK DELIVERY OF EX-(TLF), 707-300CH (19350), JETLEASE LEASED.
JULY 1996: INCDT: TALIBAN REBELS FORCED DOWN ARIANA AFGHAN AIRLINES (AFG) 727 (22290). INSURANCE PAID (AFG) FOR FULL VALUE. IN APRIL 1998, THE AIRPLANE WAS SOLD TO DODSON AVIATION (DSN).
OCTOBER 1997: ACCDT: (AFG) YAK-40 CRASHED ON LANDING AT JALALABAD, AFGHANISTAN = 1 FATALITY.
JANUARY 1998: ACCDT: (AFG) AN-24 RAN OUT OF FUEL, AND CRASHED AT KHOJAK PASS, NORTH OF QUETTA, PAKISTAN = 6 (FC) - (CA)/45 PASSENGER FATALITIES (CARRYING TALIBAN SOLDIERS).
MARCH 1998: ACCDT: ARIANA AFGHAN AIRLINES (AFG) 727-228 (JT8D-15) (1712-22288, /81 YA-FAZ) CRASHED AFTER TAKEOFF FROM KANDAHAR = 10 (FC) - (CA)/35 PASSENGER FATALITIES. THE AIRPLANE CRASHED INTO A MOUNTAIN ON DESCENT 20 MILES SOUTH OF KABUL DURING DAYLIGHT.
APRIL 1998: 1,584 EMPLOYEES.
727-200 (22290) SOLD TO DODSON, NOW SOLD TO AEROLINEAS INTERNATIONALES (MXC).
JUNE 1998: 1ST 5 MONTHS = 53 MILLION (RPK) TRAFFIC, 5.14 MILLION (FTK) FREIGHT TRAFFIC, 22,000 PASSENGERS (PAX).
MARCH 1999: POSSIBLE 747-200, EX-KUWAIT AIRWAYS (KUW) ACQUISITION FOR ROUTE TO EUROPE, USING AIR FRANCE (AFA) MAINTENANCE.
APRIL 1999: ATTEMPTING TO ACQUIRE 747-269B SIDE CARGO DOOR (SCD) (22740, 9K-ADD), EX-KUWAIT AIRWAYS (KUW).
AUGUST 1999: USA PLACES SANCTIONS ON ARIANA AFGHAN AIRLINES (AFG), AND FREEZES ITS USA ASSETS ($500,000), BARRING USA COMPANIES FROM DOING BUSINESS WITH (AFG), BECAUSE OF SUSPECTED TIES TO INDICTED TERRORIST, OSAMA BIN LADEN.
SEPTEMBER 1999: 747-200 SALE FROM KUWAIT AIRWAYS (KUW) DID NOT GO THROUGH, DUE TO USA EMBARGO.
OCTOBER 1999: 1ST 9 MONTHS = 110 MILLION (RPK), 5.23 MILLION (FTK), 110,000 PAX.
NOVEMBER 1999: UNITED NATIONS (UN) BANS INTERNATIONAL FLIGHTS BY ARIANA AFGHAN AIRLINES (AFG).
FEBRUARY 2000: INCDT: ARIANA AFGHAN AIRLINES (AFG) 727 HIJACKED, AND AFTER LANDING AT TASHKENT, UZBEKISTAN; AND MOSCOW, EVENTUALLY LANDED AT STANSTED, ENGLAND. RELEASED 9 PAX, LEAVING 156 ON BOARD. EVENTUALLY, ALL WERE RELEASED.
UNITED NATIONS (UN) OK'S HADJ FLIGHTS FROM KANDAHAR TO JEDDAH.
APRIL 2000: 1,584 EMPLOYEES.
JULY 2000: 1999 = +$1.2 MILLION (NET PROFIT): 129 MILLION (RPK) TRAFFIC; 7.39 MILLION (FTK) FREIGHT TRAFFIC; 140,000 PASSENGERS (PAX).
AUGUST 2000: LAST INTERNATIONAL FLIGHTS WERE IN APRIL 2000 FOR HADJ TO MECCA, BUT SINCE THEN, UNITED NATIONS (UN) SANCTIONS AIMED AT LIMITING TALIBAN PROBLEMS HAVE PREVENTED INTERNATIONAL FLIGHTS. FLIGHT CREWS HAVE A 90-DAY RULE IN WHICH THEY MUST FLY TO MAINTAIN LICENSE CURRENCY. MANY ARE IN DANGER OF NOT MEETING THIS, AND THE AIRLINE IS LIKELY TO COLLAPSE.
FEBRUARY 2000: UNITED NATIONS (UN) REFUSES TO ALLOW ARIANA AFGHAN AIRLINES (AFG) TO FLY 2 AIRPLANES TO PAKISTAN INTERNATIONAL AIRWAYS (PIA) FOR MAINTENANCE AND SAFETY CHECKS. MEDIA REPORTS THAT (UN) RULING IS IN EFFECT, PREVENTING THE AIRLINE FROM OPERATING A SAFE SERVICE.
JULY 2001: UNITED NATIONS (UN) LIFTS SANCTIONS IMPOSED IN 1999, SO THAT ARIANA AFGHAN AIRLINES (AFG) CAN RESUME INTERNATIONAL SERVICES.
SEPTEMBER 2001: FOLLOWING THE "9/11" ISLAMIC TERRORIST ATTACK ON NEW YORK WORLD TRADE CENTER (WTC) TOWERS & PENTAGON, FOLLOWED BY AFGHANI, TALIBAN RULERS REFUSING TO HAND OVER CULPRIT, OSAMA BIN LADEN, THE USA DECLARES WAR ON AFGHANISTAN.
NOVEMBER 2001: USA AIR STRIKES, EFFECTIVELY PUT ARIANA AFGHAN AIRLINES (AFG) OUT OF BUSINESS. SEVERAL AIRPLANES HAVE BEEN DAMAGED BY MILITARY ACTION. ALL REMAINING 1,300 EMPLOYEES WERE DISMISSED. SHUT DOWN ALL OPERATIONS. HAD ONLY BEEN PREVIOUSLY OPERATING SPORADIC, DOMESTIC CHARTER FLIGHTS.
DECEMBER 2001: RESUMED SERVICE FROM HARAT TO KABUL, WITH AN-24. THE ONLY OTHER AIRPLANE THAT SURVIVED THE BOMBING IS 727-228 (1719-22289, /81 23 17 YA-FAY), EX-AIR FRANCE (AFA). HOPES TO RESUME FLYING, WITH 727 WITHIN 1 MONTH, FOR DOMESTIC SERVICE FROM HERAT TO MAZAR-E-SHARIF, PLUS INTERNATIONAL SERVICE TO TAJIKISTAN/IRAN.
IN TIMES PAST LIKE THE 1970'S, WHEN THE COUNTRY WAS CALMER, ARIANA AFGHAN AIRLINES (AFG) USED TO ADVERTISE ITS VACATION AIR PACKAGES AS THE "MARCO POLO ROUTE TO AFGHANISTAN."
JANUARY 2002: UNITED NATIONS (UN) AND SECURITY COUNCIL ALLOWS SANCTIONS AGAINST ARIANA (AFG) AND AFGHANISTAN'S CENTRAL BANK TO END, THUS ENABLING (AFG) TO RESUME OPERATIONS, AND FULFILLING CHIEF PILOT, CAPTAIN SAID NABI HASHIMI'S GOAL "THE ONLY WAY TO BUILD A BRIDGE BETWEEN AFGHANISTAN, AND OTHER COUNTRIES, IS BY AIR." HE SAID, HE HOPED THE 1ST INTERNATIONAL FLIGHTS WOULD BE TO UZBEKISTAN, THE (UAE), AND INDIA. AT KABUL AIRPORT, CREWS ARE WORKING FEVERISHLY TO REPAIR FISSURES IN THE AIRPORT'S RUNWAYS, CAUSED BY THE US BOMBS. (AFG) HAS A LONG WAY TO GO. THE MAINTENANCE ON ITS FEW REMAINING AIRPLANES, HAS BEEN SPOTTY SINCE 1999. ITS INTERNATIONAL OFFICES HAVE BEEN CLOSED FOR A LONG TIME, AND ITS OFFICES IN THE KABUL AIRPORT TOWER, BOMBED BY THE USA, IS A JUNGLE OF RUBBLE, AND TWISTED FURNITURE. MANY OF ITS FLIGHT CREWS ARE YEARS BEHIND IN THEIR TRAINING.
727 MAKES 1ST INTERNATIONAL FLIGHT TO NEW DELHI.
APRIL 2002: AMIABLE, FORMER AIRLINE PILOT (FC) JAHED AZIMI IS NEW (CEO) OF (AFG), AND WANTS TO ACQUIRE ANOTHER 727. CURRENTLY, (AFG) IS OPERATING 2X-WEEKLY FLIGHTS TO (UAE), NEW DELHI AND HERAT, IN WESTERN AFGHANISTAN. ITS 6 CAPTAINS AND 9 FLIGHT CREWS TAKE TURNS MAKING THE RUNS.
MAY 2002: INDIAN AVIATION MINISTER, SHAHNAWAZ HUSSEIN PLEDGES $7 MILLION GIFT TO ARIANA AFGHAN AIRLINES (AFG) OF 3 A300B4 AIRPLANES FROM AIR INDIA (AIN). (AIN) PILOTS (FC) WILL FLY THE AIRPLANES FOR THE FIRST 3 MONTHS, AND INDIAN INSTRUCTORS WILL TRAIN THE AFGHAN PILOTS (FC) TO HANDLE THE AIRPLANES. (AFG) WILL OPERATE THE A300B4'S TO EUROPEAN DESTINATIONS, INCLUDING LONDON, FRANKFURT & PARIS.
RESUMES SERVICE TO AMRITSAR (2/WEEK).
1 727-200 (21388), EX-AMERICAN AIRLINES (AAL).
July 2002: Resumes service to Tehran (727-200, weekly).
August 2002: In September 2002, to Frankfurt, via Damascus, and Istanbul (A300B4-200, 2/week).
October 2002: Now flies to Dubai, and Sharjah (UAE), Tehran (Iran), Amritsar & New Delhi (India), and Islamabad (Pakistan). Passengers are made up of returning Afghans, and non-government organization workers. Domestic flights, link Kabul with Herat, and Mazar-eh-Sharif. After using the 2 remaining A300's for Hadj flights, (AFG)'s priority is to resume its European routes to Amsterdam, London Heathrow (LHR), and Paris (CDG).
Sharjah airport has become its main hub outside Kabul.
Completed "C" check on 727-200.
November 2002: 727-223 (21088, YA-FAM), ex-American (AAL), bought from the Financial Advisory Group Corporation.
December 2002: A300B4-203 (190, YA-BAC), ex-Indian Airlines (IND), delivery.
January 2003: Plans to add service to Baku, Urumqui, and Moscow.
727-223 (21370, YA-FAK), Pegasus (PSS) leased. 747-238B (21352, YA-EAG), ex-United Airlines (UAL), (PSS) leased for Hadj.
March 2003: 2 727-223's (21089; 21090), ex-American Airlines (AAL), bought from Financial Advisory Group. 3rd A300B4-203 (177), ex-Air-India (AIN).
July 2003: INCDT: (AFG) 727-200 shortly after take-off from Mazar-i-Sharif for Kabul was hit 2x- by bullets. The airplane landed safely at its destination with minor damage.
(AFG) temporarily suspended flights from Kabul to Mazar-i-Sharif.
August 2003: Resumes Kabul - Dushanbe (weekly).
October 2003: Kabul - Doha (3/week).
April 2004: Ariana Afghan Airlines (AFG) may be privatized and the UD Trade & Development Agency (USDTA) will provide a grant of $330,000 to develop a business plan for the airline.
May 2004: Resumes Kabul - Paris (A300, weekly).
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May 2005: Kabul - Munich (A310-304 (481, JY-JAH), (JOR) wet-leased).
A310-304 (481, JY-JAH), Jordan Aviation (JOR) wet-leased.
September 2005: A310-304 (504, F-GEMO), Eagle Aviation wet-leased to replace A310-304 (481), returned to Jordan Aviation (JOR).
November 2005: Boeing (TBC) and Ariana Afghan Airlines (AFG) finalized a fleet renewal plan calling for the lease of 2 757-200s from Boeing Capital Corporation (TBC) to be delivered this month and the purchase of 4 737-700s for delivery beginning in 2009. The agreement also includes an advanced training package for the 757-200s. "We are pleased by (TBC) having joined in our determination to put Ariana (AFG) at the forefront of a long-term plan to rebuild not just the airline, but also to intensify our efforts for reconstructing Afghanistan's aviation and transportation infrastructure," Transportation Minister, Enayatullah Qasimi said.
2 757-2Q8's (25131; 26270), (TBC) leased.
December 2005: Aviareps was appointed by Ariana Afghan Airlines (AFG) to provide representation as the carrier's General Sales Agent (GSA) in 8 markets: Austria, Benelux, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Italy, Poland and Switzerland.
March 2006: The European Union (EU) banned 92 airlines, most of them based in Africa, from landing at European airports, declaring them unsafe by international standards.
The ban applies to cargo and passenger carriers from Congo, Equatorial Guinea, Sierra Leone, Swaziland and Liberia judged to have an "inadequate system for regulatory oversight" or insufficient safety standards. It will be enforced by all 25 (EU) nations, plus Norway and Switzerland.
The flight ban also applies to Ariana Afghan Airlines (AFG), which may operate only one specified A310 in the (EU), North Korea's Air Koryo (KOY) and Thailand's Phuket Airlines (PHK). Two airlines each from Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan were listed as well.
Sabre Airline Solutions said Ariana Afghan Airlines (AFG) chose the SabreSonic Passenger Solutions for its reservations, e-ticketing and Web bookings.
October 2006: The European Commission (EC) updated its list of airlines banned in the (EU), adding Kenya's DAS Air Cargo (DAC) and Uganda's Dairo Air Services (DAR), due to "the serious safety deficiencies identified in these twin airlines in the last few months," as well as Ariana Afghan Airlines (AFG). The (EC) also banned all 27 companies certified in Kyrgyzstan: Kyrgyz Air (KYR), owing to "the national control authority's inability to supervise them effectively."
68 carriers, including 19 from the Democratic Republic of Congo, 21 from Liberia, 18 from Sierra Leone, and 10 from Swaziland have been removed, as they ceased operating because they lost their Air Operator's Certificates (AOC)s. Eight recently created airlines in the (DRC) have been added. Air Services Comores (COM) of Comoros, previously banned outright, now is subject to operational restrictions, and will be allowed to operate services bound for Europe with an airplane recently fitted with appropriate safety equipment. The (EC) also decided to keep Phuket Air (PHK) and Air Koryo (KOY) on the list.
The Commission and the member states' aviation safety experts examined 6 other individual cases, including Pulkovo Aviation (STG), Pakistan International Airways (PIA), Ghana's Johnsons Air (JON) and Ajet (HCY) (the former Helios Airways). It concluded that it did not consider an immediate banning measure was called for on the basis of air safety criteria, but stated that it will "be keeping a watchful eye" on those operators' implementation of the corrective action they and their respective national authorities have promised.
March 2007: INCDT: An Ariana Afghan Airlines (AFG) A300B4-203 (177, /82 YA-BAD) overran the runway by 30 m, while landing at Istanbul Ataturk airport on 23 March. The 25-year-old airplane appeared to have landing gear failure, because when it came to a halt, it was resting on its right wing after arriving from Kabul via Ankara. Weather conditions at the time were poor, with rain and gusting winds. The A300 slid off Ataturk's 2,300 m/7,550 ft long runway 06/24. The airplane is being dismantled.
December 2009: 737-86J (28069, TC-SGI - - SEE PHOTO - - "AFG-737-86J-2009-12"), Saga Airlines (SGZ) wet-leased.
February 2010: Ariana Afghan Airlines (AFG) launched service from Kabul to Frankfurt and Al Ain and from Kandahar to Ankara.
March 2010: Ariana Afghan Airlines (AFG) launched weekly, Kabul - Al Ain service.
The European Commission (EC)'s 13th update of its list of airlines banned from operating within the European Union (EU)'s borders includes all carriers from the Philippines and Sudan, as well as Iran Air (IRN). Philippine Airlines (PAL) currently operates to 5 North American destinations but neither it nor its affiliates fly to Europe, while Iran Air (IRN) does serve the continent.
The (EC) said it "acknowledges the recent efforts launched by the competent authorities to reform the civil aviation system in the Philippines" and that (PAL) and Cebu Air (CEB) have taken measures. However, it said it would "follow the principle of precaution" and impose a full operating ban. Sudan, the (EC) said, was guilty of "persistent noncompliance with international standards in the area of oversight." Ramp checks of Iran Air (IRN) airplanes serving the (EU), along with "serious incidents and accidents suffered by the carrier and insufficient oversight from the authority over the past year," led the (EC) to ban certain airplanes from operating. It said it plans a visit to Iran "over the next months" to verify safety oversight. It did not indicate which airplanes are banned.
The (EC) lifted some restrictions on TAAG Angola Airlines (ANG) and Air Koryo (KOY). Air Koryo (KOY), banned since March 2006, will be allowed to operate 2 specially equipped airplanes into the (EU), while (TAAG) (ANG) will be allowed to fly to any (EU) destination "under certain strict conditions with specific airplanes." Other Angolan airlines remain banned. The commission said it is "closely monitoring" airlines from Albania and Egypt. The blacklist still includes Ariana Afghan Airlines (AFG), Siem Reap Airways International (SRA), Silverback Cargo Freighters (VRB) and all airlines from 17 countries, including Indonesia.
August 2010: 737-33A (23628, EC-IEZ "TRIVES"), Air Batumi (BTM) leased.
December 2010: The European Union (EU) banned all Afghan airlines from flying in Europe due to the poor safety record of its civil aviation oversight system. State-owned Ariana Afghan Airlines (AFG) had been the only Afghan air carrier on the blacklist, but the (EU) decided to extend the ban to the other 3 air carriers.
September 2011: Ariana Afghan Airlines (AFG) is the national carrier of Afghanistan, linking Kabul with Mazar-e-Sharif, in addition to international services to 15 destinations, primarily within Asia and the Middle East, but also Frankfurt and Moscow.
(IATA) Code: FG - 255. (ICAO) Code: AFG - (Callsign - ARIANA).
Parent organization/shareholders: Afghan government (100%).
Main Base: Kabul Khwaja Rawash International Airport (KBL).
International, Scheduled Destinations: Amritsar; Baku; Delhi; Dubai; Dushanbe; Frankfurt; Islamabad; Istanbul; Jeddah; Kuwait; Moscow; Sharjah; Tehran; & Urumqi.
October 2011: Turkish (THY) Technic signed a pool contract with Ariana Afghan Airlines (AFG) in February 2011 covering 2 737-400s.
December 2012: FL Technics has signed a letter of intent (LOI) with Ariana Afghan Airlines (AFG) for a long-term strategic cooperation with the intent to establish (EASA)-compliant Line Maintenance stations in Afghanistan. The 1st is slated to open at Kabul International Airport in March 2013.
July 2013: A320-231 (0424, C5-AAR), ex-(F-WTDF), Aeolis Air leased.
November 2014: Ariana Afghan Airlines (AFG) has lost its China Civil Aviation Regulations Part-129 (CCAR-129) compliance certificate the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) has said.
(CAAC) said that it had revoked the certificate (AFG-F-046-ZN) as (AFG) had not operated any services to China over the last 12 months.
April 2015: Taban Air (TBM) has taken over an A310-304ET (496, YA-CAQ) it is wet-leasing from Ariana Afghan Airlines (AFG).
May 2015: A320-231 (0295, C5-AAH), ex-(EY-626), Aeolus Air (AEZ) leased.
August 2015: Ariana Afghan Airlines (AFG) is leasing Tupolevs for Hajj charters.
(AFG) currently operates 7 aircraft to 7 countries, to 11 destinations, on 15 routes and 6 daily flights.
February 2019: 737-53S (29074, YA-FGA), ex-(C9-BAP) delivery.
NOTE: Ariana Afghan Airlines (AFG) is listed on the latest (EU) blacklist released 03.04.2012 of airlines whose operations are subject to a ban within the (EU)*. *Airlines listed in Annex A could be permitted to exercise traffic rights by using wet-leased airplanes of an air carrier which is not subject to an operating ban, provided that the relevant safety standards are complied with.
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0 707-324C (JT3D-3B) (537-19350, /66), EX-(CAL)/(ARH), JETLEASE LEASED FOR ARIANA CARGO, RETURNED, LEASED TO (FIW).
0 727-113C (JT8D) (784-20343, /70 35 19 YA-FAU), DESTROYED BY USA BOMBING 2001-10.
0 727-155C (JT8D) (470-19619, /67 33 19 YA-FAW), DESTROYED BY USA BOMBING 2001-10.
0 727-221 (JT8D-17 HK) (1799-22542, /82 YA-FAT "JARMAN KANO"), 2007-03. 148Y.
0 727-223 (JT8D-9A HK) (1255-21088, /77 YA-FAM; 1263-21089, N862AA, 2003-03; 1267-21090, N863AA, 2003-03; 1345-21388, /78 YA-FAS), EX-(AAL). 21089; 21090; NTU. 149Y.
0 727-223 (JT8D) (1276-21370, YA-FAK), (PSS) LEASED 2003-01. RETURNED 2003-10.
0 727-227F (JT8D-7B) (1202-21245, /76 YA-FAN), 2007-03. FREIGHTER.
0 727-228 (JT8D-15) (1712-22288, /81; 1719-22289, /81 YA-FAY), EX-(AFA), 22288; CRASHED 1998-03 (UNREPAIRABLE) W/O SEE ACCDT REPORT - - SEE ATTACHED PHOTO - - "AFG-1998-03-ACCDT-727-228." 149Y.
0 737-33A (CFM56-3B1) (1304-23628, /86 4L-BTM "TRIVES"), (BTM) LEASED 2010-08. RETURNED. 148Y.
2 737-400 (CFM56-3B1).
1 737-53S (29074, YA-FGA), EX-(C9-BAP), 2019-02.
4 ORDERS 737-713 (CFM56-7B20), WITH WINGLETS:
0 737-86J (CFM56-7B) (28069, TC-SGI, 2009-07 - - SEE PHOTO - - "AFG-737-86J-2009-12"), (ACG) LEASED. (ILF) 7 YEAR LEASED 2008-07. (SGZ) WET-LEASED 2009-12.
0 747-146B (427-22067, PK-IAU), (IPB) WET-LEASED FOR HADJ 2004-01. RETURNED.
0 747-238B (310-21352, YA-EAG; 260-21054, YA-EAH), EX-(UAL), (PSS) LEASED FOR HADJ 2003-01. 21352 & 21054 RETURNED 2003-06. 21352 LEASED TO (YAV) AGAIN FOR HADJ 2005-01.
0 747-269BC (SCD) (JT9D-7J) (553-22740, /82, 9K-ADD), EX-(KUW) 2003-02. RETURNED. 32F, 24C, 322Y.
0 757-2Q8 (PW2037) (458-25131, /92 N749BC; 558-26270, /93 N802AM), (TBC) LEASED 2005-11. RETURNED. 24C, 151Y.
0 A300B4-203 (CF6-50C2) (177, /82 YA-BAD, IN INCDT MARCH 2007, W/0; 180, /82 YA-BAB "GODAVARI" 2002-09; 190, /82 YA-BAC, 2002-12), EX-(IND). 16C, 216Y.
0 A310-304 (CF6-80C2A2) (481, JY-JAH), (JOR) WET-LEASED 2005-05. RETURNED 2005-09. 20C, 181Y.
2 A310-304ET (CF6-80C2A2) (496, /89 YA-CAQ "KABUL;" 497, /89 YA-CAV "KANDAHAR" - - SEE ATTACHED PHOTO - - "AFG-A310-304-2011-04"), EX-(THY) 2009-06. 496; & 497; WET-LEASED TO TABAN AIR (TBM) (2015-04). 496 RETURNED FROM TABAN AIR (2015-11. 28C, 212Y.
0 A310-304 (CF6-80C2A2) (504, /89 F-GEMO), (EGZ) WET-LEASED 2005-09. RETURNED. 12C, 183Y.
0 A310-304 (CF6-80C2A2) (519, /89 TC-SGC "FETHIYE KOLOT"), 2005-05. 22C, 187Y.
0 A320-231 (V2500-A1) (0295, C5-AAH; 0424, C5-AAR), EX-(EY-626; F-WTDF), AEOLUS AIR (AEZ) LEASED 2013-07 & 2015-05. 180Y.
0 BOMBARDIER DHC-6-300 TWIN OTTER, RETURNED.
0 AN-24B (87304504, YA-DAG), 1999-01. GROUNDED.
0 AN-24RV (AI-24) (07306602, /70 YA-BAG; 17306709, /71 YA-BAH), 1970-12, STORED. 50Y.
0 AN-24RV (AI-24VT) (57310404, /75 YA-DAM; 57310409, /75 YA-DAL, /03), GROUNDED FOR SAFETY REASONS. 48Y.
0 AN-26 (AI-24VT) (14305, /85 YA-BAO), 1985-11. FREIGHTER.
MOIN KHAN WARDAK, PRESIDENT & CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER (CEO).
ABDUL FAHIM SAFI, VP FINANCE.
MPMIN KHAN MOMIN, VP OPERATIONS.
SAID NABI HASHIMI, CHIEF PILOT (2002-01).
HASSAN JAN, MAINTENANCE MANAGER.
KHAL GUL, TECHNICAL MANAGER.
MR SHUKOOR, ENGINEERING MANAGER (TECHNICAL).
B AMIN, QUALITY CONTROL (QC) MANAGER.
MR RAHAIN, AVIONICS MANAGER.