After the withdrawal from the USA, the airport in Kabul is without air traffic control and talks are being held to secure the airport.
The Taliban are in talks with Qatar and Turkey over the management of the airport in Kabul, as there are no air traffic control services, as the US military has withdrawn from Afghanistan.
The talks are aimed at securing the airport as soon as possible so that people who want to leave Afghanistan can do so with commercial flights, French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian said on Tuesday.
‘The Security Council resolution on airport security needs to be implemented. Negotiations are underway with the Qataris and Turks over the management of the airport. We have to demand that access to the airport is safe, ”Le Drian said on France 2 television.
With the withdrawal from the U.S., U.S. civilian planes are barred from operating across the country unless prior permission has been given, the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) said Monday.
The FAA said in a statement that “due to the lack of air traffic services and a functioning civil aviation authority in Afghanistan, as well as ongoing concerns about safety, US civilian operators, pilots and US registered civil aircraft are banned from flying at any height. a large part of Afghanistan. “
Earlier this month, the U.S. military said it had adopted air traffic control in Kabul to facilitate the evacuation of tens of thousands of people from Afghanistan.
The FAA said U.S. civilian operators “could continue to use one high-altitude jet route near the far eastern border for overflights.” Every US civil aircraft operator wishing to fly to / from or over Afghanistan must obtain prior permission from the FAA. ”
On August 18, the FAA said that U.S. airlines and civilian pilots could fly to Kabul to undertake evacuation or emergency relief flights with prior approval from the U.S. Department of Defense. U.S. airlines helped transport thousands of evacuated people this month, but operated flights from airports outside Afghanistan.