|Operating bases||Kabul International Airport|
|Secondary hubs||Dubai International Airport|
|Focus cities||Kabul, Dubai, Jeddah, New Delhi|
|Frequent-flyer program||Saffron Rewards|
|Company slogan||The International Airline of Afghanistan|
|Parent company||Safi Airways Ltd|
|Key people||Ghulam Hazrat Safi (Chairman)
Zaidan Khalifat (Deputy CEO)
Joshua G. Bustos (Chief Commercial Officer)
Dubai and Kabul-based Safi Airways Co. (Persian: خطوط هوایی صافی) is the first and largest privately owned airline from Afghanistan. It is a subsidiary of the Safi Group and was founded in 2006 by its current chairman and CEO, Ghulam Hazrat Safi. The airline has its headquarters in Shahr-e-Naw, Kabul, Afghanistan, an administrative office in the Dubai Airport Free Zone, and a downtown ticketing office in Deira, Dubai, United Arab Emirates. It is the first Afghan airline to operate in compliance with European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) requirements, IOSA (IATA Operational Safety Audit) and ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organization).
On 15 June 2009, Safi Airways commenced operations between the Afghan capital, Kabul, and Frankfurt, Germany. This service was suspended on 24 November 2010 due to an EU ban barring all Afghan carriers from flying into Europe.
The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) conducted an audit on Safi Airways in February 2012, which the airline passed; it was the first Afghan airline to qualify for a passenger airline certification.
Safi Airways serves the following destinations (as of July 2015):
|Abu Dhabi||United Arab Emirates||Abu Dhabi International Airport||Terminated|
|Bahrain||Bahrain||Bahrain International Airport||Terminated|
|Delhi||India||Indira Gandhi International Airport|
|Dubai||United Arab Emirates||Dubai International Airport|
|Herat||Afghanistan||Herat International Airport|
|Islamabad||Pakistan||Benazir Bhutto International Airport|||
|Jeddah||Saudi Arabia||King Abdulaziz International Airport|
|Kabul||Afghanistan||Kabul International Airport||Base|
|Kandahar||Afghanistan||Kandahar International Airport|
|Kuwait City||Kuwait||Kuwait International Airport||Terminated|
|Mazar-i-Sharif||Afghanistan||Mazar-e Sharif International Airport|||
|Mashhad||Iran||Mashhad International Airport|||
The Safi Airways fleet consists of the following aircraft (as of August 2016):
|Boeing 737-400||1||—||0||170||170||leased from Jordan Aviation|
Safi Airways previously operated the following aircraft:
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- Safi leases a 737 from Jordan
- Safi ends A319 operations
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