While airlines in Western Europe must contend with volcanic eruptions, air traffic control strikes and a plethora of new fees and taxes, they can be grateful that these challenges are nothing compared to the daily struggles confronting Afghanistan’s civil aviation sector. “No one is talking about private enterprises. Everyone is just talking about troops, elections and so on,” Kam Air President Zamari Kamgar complained to ATWrecently in Vienna at the inauguration of the ...

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