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Safi Airways is the first and largest privately owned airline in Afghanistan and is headquartered in Kabul, Afghanistan. Safi Airways is a subsidiary of the Safi Group and was founded in 2006. The airline has its headquarters in Shahr-e-Naw, Kabul, Afghanistan with its main hub airport at Kabul International Airport. Safi Airways also have a secondary hub based in Dubai, Dubai International Airport. The focus cities for Safi Airways are Kabul, Dubai, Jeddah and New Delhi. In 2012 Safi Airways became the first Afghan airline to pass The International Civil Aviation Organisation's audit, receiving passenger airline certification.
 
Safi Airways flies to many destinations including Delhi, Dubai, Herat, Islamabad, Jeddah, Kandahar, Mazar-i-Sharif and Kabul. Safi Airways has interline agreements with Royal Brunei, Royal Jordanian, Saudi, United Airlines, Qantas, Qatar Airways, Kenya Airways, Hahn Air, Gulf Air and many others. 
 
Safi Airways operates with a fleet of 5 aircraft (as of August 2014). The fleet includes 4 Airbus aircraft, two A319-200 and two A320-200, in addition they also operate using a Boeing 767-200ER. The aircraft offer passengers a two cabin service, business class and economy class. Each aircraft has a business seating capacity of 12 seats entitling passengers to bigger more luxurious seats with extra legroom as well as access to business class lounges. 
 
Safi Airways currently have a frequent flyer program called Saffron Rewards. Saffron Rewards is a very simple yet rewarding program. It offers incentives such as, collect 7 boarding card stubs from Safi Airways flights and receive a free one way ticket. 11 boarding card stubs would entitle the passenger to a free return flight. In September 2016, Safi Airways was grounded over debt. Afghanistan's largest private airline has been forced to suspend operations after it failed to clear outstanding debt and taxes. The Afghan civil aviation authority ordered Safi Airways on Sunday to pay 1.15 billion Afghani ($1.7 million) before it can regain permission to resume services and sell tickets. The airline, which was founded in 2006, currently flies three domestic and four international routes. It is the country's second-largest airline after national carrier Ariana Afghan Airlines. Safi Airways transports many expatriates and benefits from the presence of non-governmental organisations, private security companies and other foreign entities in Afghanistan. Last year, the company said it was looking to add 10 to 20 planes in three to five years to expand business in Iran, Kuwait and Kazakhstan.
 
 

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Popular Routes

 

Kabul    Jeddah

 

Herat    Kabul

 

Dubai    Kabul

 

Delhi    Kabul

 

Mazar-i-Sharif    Kabul

 

Kabul    Islamabad

 
 


The Fleet

 

Airbus A319-100

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Boeing 767-200ER

 

 

 

 

 

Kabul International Airport 

HUB Airport

 

Hamid Karzai International Airport, is located 5 kilometers (3.1 mi) from the city center of Kabul in Afghanistan. It serves as one of the nation's main international airports and as one of the largest military bases, capable of housing over one hundred aircraft. Airlines that fly from and to Hamid Krzai International Airport include Air India, Spicejet, Emirates and Flydubai. 

 

 


 

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Safi Airways is an Afghan Airline operating modern aircraft from a base in the country's capital, Kabul and with a commercial headquarters in Dubai. FLIGHTS TO KABUL FROM FRANKFURT The airline has been operating since 2006 and, as at February 2010, operates a fleet of 2 Boeing 737-400, 1 Boeing 767-200ER and 1 Airbus A340. The list of destinations operated by this dynamic airline continues to grow a demand expands with the hub at Kabul currently being connected to Dubai, Doha (STARTS MARCH 04TH 2010) and Kuwait CIty in the Gulf, plus on the airbus A340 Frankfurt in Germany. Regional Flights From Kabul It has been announced that SAFI Airways are also looking at further European services to London and PAris. Passengers can now enjoy seamless travel to Afghanistan via Lufthansa, United Airlines, Emirates and Qatar Airways Safi Airways announces interline agreements with 4 major carriers in the region. Safi Airways, the leading international carrier from Afghanistan, has announced interline agreements between Safi Airways and Lufthansa, United Airlines, Emirates, and Qatar Airways. The “interline agreements,” effective from February 2010, allow passengers traveling to Kabul from international destinations and back served by before-mentioned partners to benefit from reduced lead time and also enjoy single fare tickets from all these network airlines, which include the sector flown by Safi Airways. The cooperation with United Airlines will be of special interest for US citizens who have to comply to the fly America act. The day flights from Kabul to Frankfurt with Safi Airways onto the United Flights to major US cities, with just 2 ½ hours connecting time, are fulfilling the conditions of the fly America act. The interline tickets will be made available from February 1 onwards and will pave the way of seamless travel to Afghanistan. Qatar Airways will offer fares via the new Safi route from Kabul to Doha, which will be launched on March 6 with three weekly flights to the Qatar Airways hub. Daily flights will be introduced in this sector in late 2010. Mr. Rahim Safi, chairman of Safi Airways enthused: “We are proud of achieving our goal of placing Afghanistan on the global map through our esteemed partners in the GCC and internationally and also being part of the international aviation fraternity, thus being able to offer our customers local prowess through western standards. We are confident of achieving further partnerships with other esteemed partners in the near future.” The interline tickets, which will be made available, can be obtained through travel agencies across the globe and with the partner airlines as well. However, Safi Airways won’t be issuing tickets for the same for the time being. Passengers will now require only one ticket to their destination, which will result in substantial savings. Safi Airways will, however, not be code-sharing with its partner airlines, which means that the Safi flight number will be valid throughout the passenger’s journey. Furthermore, passengers holding such interline tickets are entitled for standard treatment in case of flight interruptions; this would include rebooking to the next flight with no cost involved, rerouting via different cities without additional cost, and others. About Safi Airways: Safi Airways (IATA- Code 4Q) is the leading international airline of Afghanistan. Headquartered in Kabul and Dubai (UAE) is the first afghan airline to be compliant with the safety standards of the international Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO). Safi Airways operates scheduled and charter services and offers Cargo on its flights. The senior management includes COO Mr. Werner Borchert, CCO Mr. Claus Fischer and CFO Mr. Tom deGeytere who all are well seasoned European airline experts. Apart from Kabul, the airline serves Frankfurt, Dubai, Kuwait, United States, Qatar at present


SAFI connects Kabul and Abu Dhabi

The first Safi Airways passenger flight to Abu Dhabi International Airport from Kabul will fly on Thursday 14 May 2009.

Safi Airways launches Kabul-Frankfurt

Safi Airways, the International Airline of Afghanistan has launched its first intercontinental flight from Kabul to Frankfurt/Germany.

SAFI AIrways introduces Kabul to Delhi and Beijing

Safi Airways of Afghanistan has announced plans to operate  from its home base in Kabul to New Delhi and Beijing from Summer 2010 plus a new route to Moscow scheduled 2011.

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