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					[Official Gazette 809, 31 Jauza 1382]

LAW OF CIVIL AVIATION
Article 1: This law is written for the purpose of orderly administration of civil aviation expansion and control of air transport, strengthening and exploring socio-economic relations with people of other countries, by establishing air transport services for people, their luggage, property and mail. Article 2: The government of Afghanistan has absolute and exclusive sovereignty in its territorial airspace. Article 3: Activities of airplanes within the civil aviation space takes place for the following purposes: 1. Transport of passengers and their luggage, property, mail and animals. 2. Performance of specific affairs related to agriculture, public health, education and recreation. 3. Performance of specific affairs related to atmospheric, cartography and scientific research 4. Conduct of other air services for exploration of national economy Article 4: Ordinances of this law is applied to all types of civil Afghan and foreign airplanes that fly within the Afghanistan airspace. Afghan airplanes outside the country are obliged to follow the ordinances of this law unless international treaties or the law of the foreign country dictates otherwise. Article 5: In Afghanistan, ownership of airplanes can be held by; administrations, state owned enterprises (Tasadeeha), governmental institutions, private enterprises, domestic and foreign private companies, corporations consist of governmental and domestic and foreign institutions, for profit and non-profit cooperative-social organizations. Article 6: Aviation institutions and companies noted in Article 5 of this law can be established only if they meet standards of international air transport institutions. Article 7: Ministry of Civil Aviation and Tourism (MOCAT) is the sole organization that can determine policies and administer civil aviation affairs in Afghanistan.

CHAPTER 2 Aircraft Registration Article 8: Office of aircraft registration shall be organized within the MOCAT. All aircrafts that are registered at this Office according to this law shall become part of the

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National Registry of Afghanistan. The registration fee for each aircraft is payable equivalent to $1000. Article 9: Aircraft shall be registered under the following conditions: 1. In such cases that the aircraft is a property of (type of) administrations and organizations as noted in Article 5. 2. In such cases that the aircraft is not registered in another country. Article 10: Aircraft Afghan registration shall be cancelled (revoked) by the Registration Office under the following conditions: 1. In such case that Item 1 of Article 9 is not met 2. In such case that the aircraft is not usable for flight (Not airworthy) 3. In such case that the aircraft has been destroyed or is missing and end of search and rescue has been officially announced. 4. In such case the aircraft has been sold or granted to a foreign government, organizations or citizens. Article 11: An aircraft registered in Afghanistan is not allowed to be registered in another country and such a registration is not recognized as long as its Afghan registration has not been canceled. Article 12: 1. Registering an aircraft within itself is an accredited document (in perpetuity). Office of the Registration gives the certificate indicating ownership to the owner of the aircraft. Aircraft ownership is recorded per this certificate. 2. Aviation organizations can begin to operate after obtaining an Air Operator Certificate (AOC). 3. The AOC is issued for an equivalent fee of $25000. Article 13: At the time of aircraft registration, at the Office of Registry, distinguishing signage of “country of registry” is designated. The signage is to be painted on the body of the aircraft by the owner. Article 14: Domestic and foreign air transport organizations are able (allowed) to purchase or lease aircraft. The contract for rent (lease) of the aircraft must be recorded in the Office of Registry.

CHAPTER 3 Air Transport Establishments Article 15: Private or appointed persons may not establish offices for air transport for a fee without the permission of the MoCAT. Article 16: Air transport of passengers, luggage, property and mail within Afghanistan by governmental entities and establishments, private interests, governmental or private companies must be accomplished in accordance to the legally documented orders. Article 17: MoCAT shall control the activities of the air transport establishments related to technical use of aviation system, aircrafts, commercial use, administrative regulations, flight personnel conditions and ground services related to the air transport. 3

Article 18: All air transport establishments are obligated to insure aircrafts, flight crew, passengers and their property according to the international conventions. CHAPTER 4 Flight Crew Article 19: The flight crew consist of persons who for the purpose of performing duties within the aircraft during the flight. The composition of the flight crew is determined by the MoCAT depending on the flight requirements, type of aircraft and according to international norms. Article 20: Flight crew whose primary duty is piloting, flight control and management of engines and other equipment within the aircraft must successfully learned the professional specialized training for the specific type of aircraft and their duties and have received the license and certificate of competence. Article 21: Air transport companies that are established in Afghanistan can employ Afghan and foreign citizens. The priority shall be given to Afghan citizens. Article 22: Captain piloting the aircraft as the commander of the flight crew (must) have professional higher education, adequate flight experience and management of the specific aircraft type, (responsible for) leadership and management of all activities of the flight crew, providing safety and immunity (safety) of persons and property within the aircraft. Article 23: All the persons who travel by the aircraft must follow the orders and guidance of the Captain piloting the aircraft. He/she has the qualification to put any person, including a member of the flight crew or passengers, who interferes with the immunity (safety), health, order and discipline within the aircraft during the flight, under surveillance (watch) and can drop the said person off the aircraft at the first (possible) airport and surrender to appropriate authority and can also off-load any portion of the aircraft cargo that may create any danger to the immunity (security) of the flight. Article 24: Captain Piloting is the warden and responsible for loading. In case he/she faces difficulty in performing his/her duty, he/she should request guidance from the aircraft agent of the air transport establishment. If receiving adequate guidance is not possible, he/she has the qualifications (credentials) to act as the representative of the air transport establishment agent accordingly: 1. The necessary expenses for the purpose of conducting the flight and performing duties should be paid or contracted. 2. Order and guide the necessary repairs to the aircraft as the earliest opportunity for the purpose of continuing the flight. 3. Take required actions and expenditures for the purpose of providing immunity (security) of the passengers and protection of the property within the aircraft. 4. The necessary payments can be acquired through loans. Possible differences caused by the actions and decisions included in this article can be resolved in the commercial court. CHAPTER 5 Airfields (Airports)

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Article 25: MoCAT can establish airports for the purpose of providing services for aircrafts for the air transport of passengers, luggage, property, mail and other purposes in agreement with other relevant organizations. Article 26: Airports are the property of the government and persons who hold citizenship of Afghanistan and can announce the usage after technical review by the MoCAT for flights by all aircrafts with the suitable technical specifications. Article 27: The land area designated specifically for the flight of aircrafts, whether for landing, take-off, stoppage and movement of aircraft (taxing) and including related structures whose purpose are to provide air traffic and air services form the airfield (airport). Article 28: In case where facilities for providing immunity (security) of aircraft flights are not available or in cases that general public security dictates, use of an airport at any time may be prohibited, limited or dependent on specific conditions. In addition, if several airports are open for aircraft flights in a region, MoCAT can specify their use for certain aircrafts or certain commercial air transport services for the public interest. Article 29: Airports in Afghanistan are classified in the following ranks (sic) based on building and technical equipment specifications and with considering the importance and characteristics of operations: 1. First rank fields are that that have concrete and asphalt runways and taxiways and other areas for stoppage and movements of aircrafts and is ready and active for performing international air traffic services and long distance flights 24 hours a day. 2. Second rank airfield (airport) is that has asphalt and concrete runways and taxiways, but does not have adequate equipment and buildings to perform air traffic services during the night and departure of long-distance flights do not take place in that airport. 3. Third rank airfield (airport) is that runways and taxiways are not concrete or asphalt and air traffic services are available for short distance flights only during specified period. Article 30: Owners of high-rise buildings and structures, whose property is situated near the airport and within limited of the aircraft flight line, are obligated to install lights and other specific signs which are active day and night at their own expense above such structures according to guidance of the MoCAT in order to prevent dangerous situations and providing flight immunity. Article 31: Constructing building and structures, continuing communication and highvoltage lines in air at the vicinity of the air field whose existence could create danger to aircraft flight immunity is not permitted. Article 32: During planning (and review) of building maps of the city and other regions of high population that within the vicinity of the airfield conditions for ensuring the immunity of aircraft flight and potential expansion of the airport is to be planned for according to the views of the MoCAT. Article 33: MoCAT is able to use personal (private) and public property, whether land or buildings to install equipment and tools for the purpose of providing immunity of flight of aircraft without causing damage to the said property. Damages caused by MoCAT shall be compensated. Article 34: Land area necessary for establishing and building airport or its expansion can be acquired according to the rules of law. 5

Article 35: Office for border control including conducting customs, health, quarantine, visa and passport shall be established by the appropriate officials in airports that are open for international flights. Article 36: Service fees will be collected for use of airports, facilities and aviation services in all airports usable for aircraft flights according to the following regulations: 1. Aircrafts landing 2. Aircraft stoppage 3. Use of guidance equipment for aircrafts (air navigation equipment), aviation communication and air traffic services. 4. Use of facilities for aircraft fuel distribution 5. Use of facilities related to hospitality and services for the passengers and property (cargo). 6. Use of the land area and buildings related to airport. 7. Use of ground services related to the aircrafts. 8. Other services that are provided for persons, offices and temporary establishments within the area of airport.

CHAPTER 6 Aircrafts flight (Operation) Article 37: An aircraft can fly only when it has an airworthiness certificate and specific signage for its citizenship (sic – nationality) and has been registered. Article 38: An airworthiness certificate that has been issued for an Afghan aircraft by foreign country authorities according to accredited international standards can be validated by MoCAT after its validation and accuracy (authenticity) has been verified. Article 39: Aircrafts can fly within identified airways over territory of Afghanistan complying with flight regulation. Aircrafts of foreign citizenship (nationality) may pass over Afghanistan territorial space only if enacted agreements or international conventions have provided that right or these aircrafts have obtained specific and temporary permission for this purpose. Article 40: Aircraft noted in Article 40 (incorrect reference) of this law that pass through airways over the territory of Afghanistan are obligated to pay a fee for passage. The amount and procedure for payment shall be determined by regulations. Article 41: Aircrafts that are conducting international flights must follow specified airways for crossing the border and land in airports that have custom and visa and passport control branches. Article 42: Aircraft of foreign citizenship (nationality) are exempt from taxes and custom fees on fuels, oil, equipment, spare parts, food, drinks and tobacco that are carried within the aircraft. Article 43: Whenever an aircraft departs the specified airway or line of passage, as soon as realizing it must immediately correct its flight direction and move into the determined airway. Article 44: Flight of aircrafts over certain region of Afghanistan’s territory can be prohibited or limited to certain conditions for military or general security reasons. Any aircraft that 6

appear above the prohibited area, its pilot, as soon as being aware, is obligated to communicate or broadcast a signal to the nearest airport outside the forbidden area and land there. Article 45: Aircraft flight over a city or populated areas is permitted to an altitude that if the aircraft propulsion stops, it would always be possible for it to land at an airport or outside the city and populated areas. Article 46: Throwing property and other objects, except permitted advertisement material, is prohibited from an aircraft in air except in unexpected conditions (force majore) that necessitate this. In cases that due to throwing property under force majore or of advertisement pages of permitted publications, harm comes to persons or property on the surface, an establishment that had employed the aircraft is responsible to compensate for the damage. Article 47: Natural barriers that are in the flight path and probably threaten the immunity (safety) or the flight must be included on flight maps. Artificial barriers that may confront the immunity (safety) of flight with danger, must be identified with signs and lighting such that the aforementioned barriers are easily recognizable from the aircraft.

CHAPTER 7 Search and Rescue Article 48: An aircraft is considered to be in danger when the passengers, flight crew and the aircraft itself are threatened by danger and this danger can not remedy the danger, (then) the aircraft must broadcast danger signals (emergency signals) according to the regulations and in frequencies that are active for ground equipment. Article 49: Civil aviation officials and authorities at the nearest airport to the endangered aircraft shall provide immediate assistance. If possible, radio equipment (communication devices) belonging to other administrations and establishments that are in the regions of the flight lines and nearest airport shall be used. A foreign aircraft facing danger within territory of Afghanistan shall receive identical assistance to that of an Afghan aircraft. Article 50: An aircraft is considered to be in danger when it has seen obvious damage during the flight or has had a forced landing outside the airport. (This is somewhat contradictory and redundant to Article 48) Article 51: An aircraft is considered missing/lost after search and rescue at the location of collision does not reveal any effect of it. Article 52: The pilot Captain (in command) of an aircraft during the flight is obligated to register the location of another aircraft or persons in distress when receiving danger signals or discovering them and to communicate that to the nearest air traffic services branch provided that his/her action does not create a danger to the immunity (safety) of his/her own aircraft flight. Article 53: Any person who observes or discovers any effect of a damaged or missing aircraft should inform the local officials at the earliest opportunity and using any possible device. Article 54: Local officials, establishments, administrations and persons who observe a damaged aircraft are obligated to take immediate actions for rescue of passengers, medical 7

first aid and other assistance (as well as) security of the passengers, protection of the aircraft, documents and property until MoCAT delegation has been reached Article 55: Search and rescue operation for the damaged or missing aircraft will be started by MoCAT without delay. Article 56: If the operation for search and rescue of the missing aircraft does not result in the discovery of the aircraft after 3 months, the MoCAT has the authority to end the search and rescue operations and declare the aircraft lost without any effect.

CHAPTER 8 Air Transport Article 57: Air transport includes transport of passengers, luggage, property, mail and animals by aircraft from one point to another. Article 58: Commercial air transport of passengers, luggage, property, mail and animals by an air transport establishment shall be done according to an air transport contract. Article 59: Tickets for air travel and for transport of luggage that are arranged by the air transport establishments and distributed to the passengers are inherently considered as a contract for the air transport of the passengers and luggage. Article 60: Arranging and issuing cargo air bill for property that has the signature or seal of the air transport establishment and that of the sender of the property, is inherently considered as forming a contract for transport of property between the air transport establishment and the sender and receiver. Article 61: 1. Air transport establishment as a result of the air transport contract is obligated to transport passengers, luggage, property, mail and animals at the earliest opportunity to the desired locations and the passengers and senders of luggage, property, mail and animals are obligated to pay the fare for air transport according to a (pre-) determined schedule of fares as reviewed by the MoCAT. 2. An air transport establishment is obligated to deliver the property that has been rendered to them within the determined period as a result of (as noted in) the cargo air bill and to notify the receiver at noted address the arrival of property. 3. Standards for air transport of property shall be determined and controlled by the MoCAT. Article 62: The following rights and services are guaranteed and provided to the passenger by the air transport establishment: 1. Children are transported with a discounted fare proportional to their age. The standard for upper limit of the fare discount for air transport will be determined by the MoCAT. 2. Passenger luggage or the minimum weight that is determined by aviation (sic) that is carried for free. 3. Passengers may carry their personal objects and hand luggage, which their numbers and quantity up to the determined weight and is registered, with themselves in the aircraft. 4. During aircraft stop enroute, facilities and services relevant for passengers at airports can be used by them free of charge. Article 63:

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1. Passenger can change his/her mind before the scheduled time of flight and receive the amount that was paid as an airfare according to the procedures of the air transport establishment. 2. In a case that passenger has changed their plan about air travel after the scheduled time of flight; the air transport establishment may retain a percentage of the passenger transport fare if the procedure of the air transport establishment permits. In any case, this percentage can not exceed 20% of the one-way air transport fare of the passenger. 3. Whenever, the flight of aircraft enroute is interrupted due to forced landing or other reasons or that a passenger can not continue the air travel due to illness, in these cases the air transport establishment is obligated to return an amount of the air fare proportional to the unused portion of passenger air transport. Article 64: In the face of an accident in an aircraft in flight or during boarding, disembarking operations results in death, sever injury or other bodily harm to a passenger, the air transport establishment is found responsible for compensation of the damages. The responsibility of the air transport establishment for each passenger for compensation of damages resulting from death, sever injury or bodily harm is limited to payment of the price of blood which is based on the price of 16.375 kg pure gold (according to the 28 September 1955, Hague Protocol). Conversion of this price to Afghan currency shall be set by the Central Bank of Afghanistan based on the exchange rate at the date of the accident. Article 65: In the face of an accident during the air transport results in damage, destruction or loss of luggage or property, the air transport establishment is responsible to compensate the damage proportional to the weight of the luggage and property. Air transport as understood in this Article is the duration in which the luggage or property is in an airport or within an aircraft or at another location under the directions and protection of the air transport establishment. Article 66: 1. The responsibility of the air transport establishment for compensation of damages to luggage or property that were registered during air transport that were damaged, destroyed or lost is limited to the value of 16.375 grams of pure gold per kilogram of lost property (according to the 28 September 1955, Hague Protocol). 2. As for the objects with the passenger and under the care of the passenger within the aircraft, responsibility of the air transport establishment in compensating for damages is limited to the value of 327 grams of pure gold per passenger (according to the 28 September 1955, Hague Protocol). Article 67: In cases that the actual value of the luggage and property is more than the compensation for damages noted in Article 67 of this law, passenger or receiver can declare the price of the items, luggage and property, at the time or relinquishing them to the air transport establishment and have this noted in the air transport contract and have a declaration submitted about the value of the property and pay the additional tax if the insurance for the air transport of the property requires so, unless it is proven that the this amount it higher than the actual value of the luggage and property, then the transporter is obligated to pay the actual value of the luggage and property. Article 68: In cases that the air transport establishment proves that the damages or destruction of luggage or property were due to the quality and defect of the luggage and property that were transported as a cause, the court can according to the articles of the laws applicable, can exempt the air transport establishment from responsibility for compensation of part or whole of the damages.

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Article 69: Filing a claim against an air transport establishment related to compensation for damages to luggage to property up to 2 years from the date of aircraft arrival at the destination or form the day the aircraft should have reached the destination need to take place. After this period has expired, a claim for compensation of damages for the luggage and property is not qualified for a hearing due to elapse of time. Article 70: Transport of explosives, weapons and military equipment with an aircraft without an specific permit is prohibited. Article 71: Form and specifications of the air travel ticket, ticket for transport of luggage and cargo air bill for property shall be registered (approved) by the MoCAT. Article 72: Domestic air transport services between points within the territory of Afghanistan shall be performed by aircrafts holding Afghan citizenship (nationality). Article 73: International air transport shall be arranged and implemented based on bi-lateral air service agreements between Afghanistan and other foreign governments or according to those international conventions and contracts that the Government of Afghanistan is obligated to (i.e signatory).

CHAPTER 9 Rules of Punishment Article 74: 1. It is recognized as a crime for a person within an aircraft in flight to illegally and by use of force or threat of use of force or utilizing other forms of threat, occupy that aircraft or take over its control or to attempt to disrupt or divert an aircraft. 2. An person in an aircraft in flight assist the person committing actions noted in item (1) of this Article is recognized as an accomplice. 3. Whenever the actions noted in items (1) and (2) of this Article result in death, injury, damage or destruction of the aircraft or property, the perpetuator(s) will be indicted under criminal rules. Article 75: The air transport establishment may be obliged to pay penalties for following cases in cash ranging from $3000 to $10000 or its equivalent: 1. In a case that an aircraft has been employed in air services without registration certificate or an airworthiness certificate. 2. In a case that an aircraft has been employed in air services without specific citizenship (nationality) signage. 3. In a case that an aircraft has been employed in air services when its airworthiness certificate has expired. Article 76: Aircraft pilot is punishable with cash penalties of $1000 - $5000 or its equivalent or incarceration of one month to two years or to both punishments for the following cases: 1. In a case he/she flies an aircraft without a license or registration certificate. 2. In a case he/she flies an aircraft without an airworthiness certificate. 3. In a case he/she flies an aircraft intentionally over restricted areas despite (in violation) of the Article (44). Article 77: Aircraft pilot is to pay $1000 - $3000 or its equivalent for the following cases: 1. In a case he/she flies an aircraft with a license which it validity has expired.

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2. In a case he/she enter false explanations or reports in the travel notebook (record) of the aircraft. 3. In a case he/she violates the aviation regulations related to flight operation and flight immunity (safety). Article 78: Aircraft engineer is obligated to (pay) penalties $1000 - $3000 or its equivalent for the following cases: 1. In a case he/she, without a valid or legal license permits an aircraft to fly. (NOTE – the item in the law is ambiguous, it is only by referring to item 2 that the intent becomes clear.) 2. In a case he/she despite the contents of the technical handbook gives permission for flight. Article 79: Any person who transports explosives, weapons and military equipment with an aircraft without a specific permit may be punished according to rules of law. Article 80: Entry into the perimeter of airports that have been designated with special signed to be restricted, is prohibited and violator will be legally prosecuted. Article 81: Determination and adjustment of violations with cash penalties above $10,000 is within the authority of the Minister of MoCAT. Article 82: Appraisal of violations noted in this law that are punishable by incarceration and cash penalties more than the equivalent of $10,000, shall be performed by courts having jurisdiction and according to the law.

CHAPTER 10 Miscellaneous Rules Article 83: Aircraft fuels/oils, engines and spare parts, equipment for technical maintenance and repair, all ground equipment related to air transport services (air stair, loading and unloading equipment, scales for weight measurements of cargo, aircraft fire fighting equipment, aircraft guidance equipment, aviation communication, metrology equipment, explosive detection equipment and weapons for security of airports), documents of air transport establishments (tickets for passengers and luggage, cargo air bills, flight schedules published by international organization; IATA, WTO, WMO, ICAO) are exempt from custom tariffs. Article 84: The meteorology services for aircrafts’ flights in Afghanistan are provided freely (without fees). Article 85: The Afghan airplanes could do the civil aviation’s exclusive/especial services with the attention to the orders of this law in the national economic fields as in agricultural, health, aerial photographing services and so. In case of need could be used the foreign planes after receiving permission from the responsible authorities. Article 86: Educational centers are established and controlled by the MoCAT for the purposes of educating professional personal in need and increasing knowledge of the crew in the deferent fields of civil aviation. Article Eighty seven: The flight capability certificate and the licenses of flight staff and certificates of technical staff responsible for on-land technical and operational services of the 11

craft and other documents registered in the civil aviation registration office shall be regulated and granted for fees, the amount of which shall be determined in accordance with the rule and approval of the Ministry. . Article Eighty eight: The Minister while taking into account the public interest may exempt state related air transport institutions and passengers from paying some of the fees mentioned in article 36. Article Eighty nine: Regulations may be enacted for implementation of this law and for management, regulation, control and development of civil aviation affairs. Article Ninety: This law shall be enforced upon the date of its promulgation (Towshih) and be published in the official gazette, and its enforcement shall abrogate the Civil Aviation Law published in official gazette #519 dated 15 Aqrab 1361.

Legal Materials on Civil Aviation Major Treaties: Convention on International Civil Aviation of 7 December 1944, and various protocols Afghanistan: in force May 4, 1947 International Air Services Transit Agreement of 7 December 1944 Afghanistan: in force May 17, 1945
Afghanistan denounced the International Air Transport Agreement March 18, 1948; effective March 18, 1949.

Other treaties to which Afghanistan may be a party: International Convention for the Unification of Certain Rules relating to International Carriage by Air [Warsaw Convention] of 12 October 1929 Convention on Offences and Certain other Acts Committed on Board Aircraft (Tokyo, 14 September 1963) Convention for the Suppression of Unlawful Seizure of Aircraft [Hijacking Convention] (The Hague, 16 December 1970) Convention for the Suppression of Unlawful Acts against the Safety of Civil Aviation (Montreal, 23 September 1971) Protocol for the Suppression of Unlawful Acts of Violence at Airports Serving International Civil Aviation (Montreal, 24 February 1988) UNTS 974 p. 177; ILM 10 p. 1151

Materials Published in Official Gazette: 75 12/20/1345 3/11/1967 Law (Qanon) for duties of Airport and Civil Aviation establishments and services usage ‫قانون محصوالت استفاده از میدان های هوایی تا سیسات و خدمات هوانوردی ملکی افغانستان‬ 112 6/16/1347 12/7/1968 Articles of Association for Bakhtar Afghan Airlines Institution

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385 9/18/1356 1/8/1978

Law on Service Fees for Civil Aviation and Air Services Establishments.
‫قانون حق السحمه تاسیسات هوایی وهوانوردی ملکی‬ 433 5/31/1358 8/22/1979 First Amendment to Articles of Association for Bakhtar Afghan Airline Institution

519 8/15/1361 11/6/1982 Law (Qanon) of Civil Aviation. 559 3/15/1363 6/4/1984 First attachment (amendment) to Civil Aviation law (Qanon) of the Democratic Republic of Afghanistan 567 7/15/1363 10/6/1984 Regulation for general Administration of Civil Aviation related to Ministers Council of the Democratic Republic of Afghanistan 575 11/15/1363 2/3/1985 Regulation (Moqarara) for Airports tax and of civil aviation establishments ‫قرره حق االجرت میدان هوایی و تاسیسات هوا نوردی‬

610 4/15/1365 7/6/1986 Decree of the Supreme Revolutionary Council of the Democratic Republic of Afghanistan concerning the amendment to name of the Civil Aviation General Department of Ministry of Civil Aviation 689 Amend #575 Wages 693 Ministry of CA & T Reg 700 6/30/1368 9/21/1989 Regulation on Privileges for professional civil servants of Ministry of Tourism and Civil Aviation

707 10/6/1367 1/6/1990 Regulation (Moqarara) on State Security Administrations of Airports 713 1/15/1369 4/4/1990 Regulation (Moqarara) for expenditure of Ariana Afghan Airline

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715 2/15/1369 5/5/1990 Articles of Association for Ariana Afghan Airline 731 9/29/1369 12/20/1990 (j) Decree No. 813 dated 03/06/1369 President of the Democratic Republic of Afghanistan concerning the changes to the name of Ministry of Civil Aviation to Ministry of Civil Aviation and Tourism and adjusting the department of tourisms and hotels enterprise in the frame of mentioned Ministry 758 9/30/1370 12/21/1991 Omission and amendment to regulation (Moqarara) for regulating activities and operations of Ministry of Tourism and Civil Aviation 760 10/30/1370 1/20/1992 Amendment to regulation (Moqararat) of the Airport Authority 783 Amend 760 Amend 689 (575) 788 Amend Reg 575 809 4/30/1382 7/22/2003 Law of Civil Aviation Decree No. 38 dated 04/29/1382 concerning the endorsement of Civil Aviation law

Presidential Order 4530 dated 1382/8/13 on Ariana Afghan Airlines Co.

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