Flights between Iraq and Malaysia have resumed after a gap of 25 years, with the opening of a new scheduled air service on Saturday. Alsumaria News reports that Iraqi Airways will operate a weekly return service between Baghdad International Airport and the Malaysian capital, Kuala Lumpur. Iraq’s Ministry of Transport said that “Iraqi Airways plans to open […]
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Emirates has marked its 110th international destination today with its inaugural flight to Basra, the airline’s first service into Iraq. Emirates is the largest international carrier to operate services into Iraq, helping link the country to the rest of the world through its convenient connections in Dubai. “Iraq is experiencing a surge in growth and […]
Emirates has appointed Al Handal Group as its general sales agent in Baghdad, Iraq, effective immediately. With Emirates recently announcing services to Baghdad, available from 1st July, the carrier is keen to build up its presence in Iraq
Sharjah Air Arabia, the largest low-cost carrier in the Middle East and North Africa, yesterday announced the launch of its service to the city of Najaf, Iraq, from its hub in Sharjah.
As markets continue to saturate in the region, Iraq emerges as a new destination for investors in the hospitality and aviation sectors.
Lufthansa is introducing a new route between Munich and Baghdad on 30 September 2010 served four times weekly with a Boeing 737.
Kuwait Airways Corporation will take the necessary legal measures to protect its rights, after Baghdad’s decision to liquidate the Iraqi Airways
The Iraqi government has dissolved state-owned Iraqi Airways over a decades-old financial dispute dating back to Saddam Hussein’s invasion of his oil-rich neighbor Kuwait
Iraqi airways opened yesterday Friday the first Mosul-Beirut flight.
Iraqi ministry of transportation disclosed today Sunday that German Lufthansa for aviation has opened an office in Baghdad International Airport.
Dubai Gulf airlines are looking at the lucrative Iraqi market for increased passenger traffic. Dubai’s Emirates yesterday said it will launch flights to Baghdad from July 1, following the announcement by Etihad Airways.
Qatar Airways CEO Akbar al-Baker has said the airline has received approval to fly to Baghdad, Erbil, and Najaf in Iraq