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Safi Airways

Country: Afghanistan
International flight from cities of Afghanistan
IATA code: 4Q
ICAO code: SFW
Head office: Qual Markaz, Shar-e-Naw, Near Kabul City Center, Kabul, Afghanistan
Phone number: +93 20 22 22 222
Fax number: +93 20 220 2058
Year established: 2007
Main bases and hubs: Kabul International
Fleet: Airbus A319, Boeing 767-200

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08 December 2013 Guest

I flew last week from Dubai to Kabul and found Safi airways to be one of the best airlines I have flown In comparison to many us and Middle East airlines. The crew were international and very professional and the flight deck was also American (captain) and I was surprised they raffled a free ticket on board. I flew biz class and the food was excellent.

24 July 2012 Guest

I arrived in Kabul on Safi airlines July 9th. My bag did not arrive in Kabul with me. After repeated inquiries with Safi airlines my wife discovered through her own inquiries that my bag was returned to it's point of origin. Apparently Safi and Marjahaba did not make any effort to locate my bag and forward it to me. It was only though my wife's efforts that the bag was located before it wass auctioned off as lost.

13 July 2012 Sylvia

My luggage, and that of about fifty other passengers, didn't make it on the early morning flight from Dubai to Kabul on 7/6/12 due to overloading. Qasir at KBL airport assured us that all of our luggage would arrive and be available for pick up the following morning at 9. He gave us two direct phone numbers for Safi office at KBL airport to call to confirm before we headed out. My own backpack and (almost) everybody else's luggage arrived as promised. Good service. I've flown Kamair and Ariana to KBL before and while both are cheaper, I've found that Safi's service is worth the extra bucks.

28 July 2011 Guest

Aircraft is dirty, and when you book Business, it doesn't matter, the people from the Economy just wander up anyways. The Cabin Crew is inefficient.

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14 June 2016 tammana

one of the flight addentance took my hand bag because it was to big and I never saw my bag again. I looked for it in dubia airport almost missed my flight but never found my bag because the lady didn't give me a baggage claim number I had over 1500 worth of stuff in that bag

14 April 2014 sharif Ahmad

there sir! thank you for your new flights to Islamabad and the future to Dubai from Herat.It is very useful for our people and for your airline.

22 November 2013 Guest

It is a messy airline internally and externally. Sooner or later it will be the end of Safi Airways area when Emirates is start flying to KBL. Many unskilled management and staff who doesn't know about the airline business concept, no planning and vision. The management only sits there for their money and no effort has been taken to solve the problems. Terminating people against all law with no good excuse and on the other hand new replacement will come for higher salary. So where is the logic! I recommend people not to join this airline as they talk promising but in reality it is not what you will expect. I comment this on experience.

22 September 2013 Guest

Safi - flew HRT-KBL last night. Boarded plane and waited 1/2 hr after everyone was on board with no info given as to cause of delay. Finally saw 1 business class passenger get on and take his seat after which we left immediately. So they held up a whole planeload of people trapped amongst the screaming children for the convenience of 1 business class passenger. Doubt they would have done this for me. After landing in Dubai, we sat on the taxiway for another 1/2 hour waiting to be towed in (pilot proudly announce that it was an "on time landing" while we continued to sit in a stifling airplane waiting for a tow, seemingly forgetting that even before the delay in leaving, the departure time had already been pushed back 1/2 hr fr om its scheduled time). Then 1/2 hour wait among the pushing and shoving locals from 2 planes before the baggage began to appear. Last winter with them, during a snowstorm in Kabul, they kept us in line for 3 hours before starting checkin. After finally letting us board, we sat on the tarmac for 6 more hours waiting to be deiced. Finally the pilot came on and whined about their contractor not having enough deice solution to complete the job, claiming it was not Safi's fault (who hired the incompetent contractor?). We were then herded back into the terminal wh ere the few staff there posted a number to call for information and promptly "fled the scene". Avoid these clowns if at all possible.

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