Skip to comments.Afghanistan frets airlines may avoid its airspace after MH17 crash
Posted on 07/19/2014 6:25:31 AM PDT by Citizen Zed
No foreign airlines dared flying to or over Afghanistan at the height of the war against Taliban insurgents following the 2001 United States-led invasion but in recent years business has boomed, with more airlines opening routes to the capital, Kabul, and numerous airliners crossing over the country every day.
But security is deteriorating. Galvanised by the expected withdrawal of foreign forces this year, insurgents have been particularly active, attacking Kabul airport twice in just over a year and firing rockets at its facilities almost weekly.
The Taliban were not immediately available for comment.
(Excerpt) Read more at therakyatpost.com ...
There, fixed the headline.
“Afghanistan frets airlines may avoid its airspace after MH17 crash”....
If the airlines are smart they will.
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