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AirSada Medevac: Keeping your People Safe in Iraq

Advertising Feature As every Oil & Gas executive knows, your people are your most valuable asset. Being a success means employing the best staff, and the best staff will always go where they are valued and looked after. That just one reason why AirSada's medevac services are essential to your operations in Iraq. Working in […]

AirSada wins Medevac Contract with Hyundai in Basra

By John Lee. The Turkish-based private jet charter company AirSada has won a second contract to supply medical evacuation (medevac) services, this time to South Korea's Hyundai Engineering and Construction in Iraq. The contract with AirSada, which runs to September 2025, includes air ambulance and medical treatment services. It was signed by Mr Tolga Urcu, […]

Sinjar latest Flashpoint for Iran-Turkey Tensions in Iraq  

From Al Monitor. Any opinions expressed here are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of Iraq Business News. Sinjar becomes latest flashpoint for Iran-Turkey tensions in Iraq   New Pentagon IG report says that the Turkey-PKK conflict and Iranian militias are contributing to instability in Iraq. Click here to read the […]

Iraq plans to Expand Domestic Defense Industry

By John Lee. Iraq has reportedly confirmed that it will open new production facilities for the manufacture of weapons and light munitions, and even the assembly of combat aircraft. The Director of the Defence Industries Commission, Mohamed Sahib Al-Daraji (pictured), told the state-controlled Iraqi News Agency (INA), that: "Iraq has concluded memoranda of understanding with […]

Chinese Firm discusses Rehabilitation of Nasiriyah Airport

By John Lee. A meeting has been held with the China State Construction Engineering Corporation (CSCEC) to discuss the the first steps in the rehabilitation of Nasiriyah International Airport. The company signed a contract for the project with the Iraqi Civil Aviation Authority (ICAA) in June 2021. According to Al Sabaah, he meeting was attended […]

AirSada wins Medevac Contract with JGC in Iraq

By John Lee. The Turkish-based private jet charter company AirSada has won a contract to supply medical evacuation (medevac) services to Japan's JGC Corporation in Iraq. JGC is the main contractor for the major upgrading project at South Refineries Company's (SRC) Basra refinery. The contract with AirSada, which runs to September 2025, includes air ambulance […]

In pursuit of Gas, will Turkey choose Erbil over Baghdad?

From Amwaj Media. Any opinions expressed are those of the author(s), and do not necessarily reflect the views of Iraq Business News. In pursuit of gas, will Turkey choose Erbil over Baghdad? Iraq's federal supreme court last month ruled that a 2007 law allowing the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) to manage oil and natural gas […]

The Death of Oil Federalism? Implications of Court Ruling

By Bilal Wahab for the Washington Institute for Near East Policy. Any opinions expressed are those of the author(s), and do not necessarily reflect the views of Iraq Business News. The Death of Oil Federalism? Implications of a New Iraqi Court Ruling The legal decision and its political fallout are threatening some of the country's […]