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As it is known to all; Afghanistan is a mountainous and landlocked land, due to its historical features and economic importance and its Jaghra Fiai in the region, the construction of long-term and short-term transportation routes required time and money by paying exorbitant fees, which in the current situation of boredom. The country’s financial budget seems unlikely, so in order to achieve these social goals, the only alternative is to use land transport, which opens airlines by providing transportation services (transfer of property and passengers) to solve problems. Transparent inventory should be taken.

This ideal was fulfilled by establishing Ariana and Bakhtar Airlines and purchasing reliable and modern routes and establishing small airfields in most of the provinces of the country.

For several years, the development of the high-speed means of transport that became popular in the world after the Second World War. Gradually, the industry spread to Afghanistan. Air transport first began in Afghanistan in 1923. At that time, this new device was used to a limited extent in passenger transportation. Because until then, aviation technology had not yet been sufficiently developed in Afghanistan and was not conducive to the transportation of commercial property, it was only used for domestic flights for the first time, and some international lines have requested permission to pass through Afghanistan. They were. In 1928, a small Russian contingent was traveling between Afghanistan and Russia.

Before World War II, in 1938, a series of three German-made Lufthansa vehicles began flying from Berlin to Kabul and Herat, and from there to Japan. During World War II, Asian and European countries were directly or indirectly affected by the war, and Afghanistan remained unaffected. The effects of the war on the airlines continued for several years.

At the beginning of 1334, according to the principles of investment by Ariana Airlines, with 51% of the capital by the Afghan government and 49% by the company, it was replaced by Pan American; Dakota-type routes were used on internal and external lines. In addition to passengers, the trains, which had a capacity of 30 people, were also used to transport commercial property.

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