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Iraq reveals new steps to lift the European ban on its flights

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Iraqi Airways Directorate revealed, today, Tuesday, new government moves to lift the European ban on Iraqi aviation.
The official of foreign relations, Hussein Jalil, said, according to the official agency, that "great steps are being taken by the Ministry of Transport and under the supervision of its minister by attracting consultants from the Aviation Leadership Organization to study and develop a mechanism to meet all the requirements imposed by the European Peace Agency on Iraqi Airways," noting that we " In the process of completing these requirements imposed by this relevant agency (the European Peace Agency)."
He added that "the end of this year and the beginning of next year, there will be positive reports to be submitted through the concerned Safa Agency to the European Peace Agency in order to lift the European ban on Iraqi Airways." Ended 29/A43

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40 minutes ago, screwball said:

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Iraq sets the date for the resumption of flights with Russia

 

 
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On Tuesday, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced the resumption of flights between Iraq and Russia, specifying the number and date of flights.

The ministry's spokesman, Ahmed Al-Sahhaf, said in a statement seen by "Al-Iqtisad News", that "Foreign Minister Fouad Hussein, after his recent visit to Russia, asked the concerned authorities in Moscow to resume flights between the two sides."

The statement added, "Moscow responded to the request with two flights per week, starting on Tuesday, 9/21/21."

 
 
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Iraq sets the date for the resumption of flights with Russia

 

 
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On Tuesday, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced the resumption of flights between Iraq and Russia, specifying the number and date of flights.

The ministry's spokesman, Ahmed Al-Sahhaf, said in a statement seen by "Al-Iqtisad News", that "Foreign Minister Fouad Hussein, after his recent visit to Russia, asked the concerned authorities in Moscow to resume flights between the two sides."

The statement added, "Moscow responded to the request with two flights per week, starting on Tuesday, 9/21/21."

 
 
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Hmmm three days before possible rv weekend interesting 

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  •  Time: 09/16/2021 08:13:38
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Transport receives new batches of modern aircraft next month
  
{Local: Al Furat News} It is hoped that the Ministry of Transport will receive the first batch of Airbus planes next October as part of a contract to purchase five modern planes, with a new batch of Boeing's 16 planes early next year.

Hussain Jalil, a spokesman for the Iraqi Ministry's General Company, said in a press interview, "Iraqi Airways owns a fleet of 31 planes of different sizes and capacities, most of them are modern planes, and new planes that were contracted with Airbus will be added, as a contract was concluded with them." For the purchase of five planes, the first plane will be delivered early next October." 

He added, "The airlines had previously concluded an agreement with the American Boeing Company in 2008 to purchase 30 aircraft, of which 14 were received, and 16 aircraft will be received next year in the form of batches," noting that "the company achieved an increase in the rates of flights and passengers during the past month of August, It is expected that a broader increase will be achieved during the last quarter of this year, in conjunction with the number of distinguished services provided by the national carrier and the re-operation of a number of lines that were suspended."

 
 
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Transport receives new batches of modern aircraft next month
  
{Local: Al Furat News} It is hoped that the Ministry of Transport will receive the first batch of Airbus planes next October as part of a contract to purchase five modern planes, with a new batch of Boeing's 16 planes early next year.

Hussain Jalil, a spokesman for the Iraqi Ministry's General Company, said in a press interview, "Iraqi Airways owns a fleet of 31 planes of different sizes and capacities, most of them are modern planes, and new planes that were contracted with Airbus will be added, as a contract was concluded with them." For the purchase of five planes, the first plane will be delivered early next October." 

He added, "The airlines had previously concluded an agreement with the American Boeing Company in 2008 to purchase 30 aircraft, of which 14 were received, and 16 aircraft will be received next year in the form of batches," noting that "the company achieved an increase in the rates of flights and passengers during the past month of August, It is expected that a broader increase will be achieved during the last quarter of this year, in conjunction with the number of distinguished services provided by the national carrier and the re-operation of a number of lines that were suspended."

 
 

How are they getting paid, and what currency are they going to pay them in?

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1 hour ago, Wheelman said:

How are they getting paid, and what currency are they going to pay them in?

They will only accept the US Dollar none of these plane manufacturers will except the dinar whether they were international or not which it isn’t so the good ole dollar is what they will be paying in for these planes!!

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With the approval of Al-Kazemi... Assigning a new director of Iraqi Airways {document}
  
{Local: Al Furat News} Today, Tuesday, the Ministry of Transport issued a ministerial order naming a new director for the Iraqi Airways Company, with the approval of Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi.

According to the ministerial order, Al-Furat News Agency obtained a copy of it, it was decided to name “Abbas Omran Moussa” as the company’s general manager, and to name the “former director” Kifah Hassan Jabbar as general manager of the technical department at the center of the Ministry of Transport.
 

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The Ministry of Transport concluded a joint operation contract with a solid international airline to develop the air freight sector according to international standards, while it confirmed its intention during the coming period to open new offices for Iraqi Airways in Arab and foreign capitals.
A spokesman for the General Company for Iraqi Airways, Hussein Jalil, told Al-Sabah: "The company has prepared an integrated work program to develop the air freight sector with the aim of competing with international airlines that provide this type of services, as new spaces have been added that include refrigerated warehouses, yards and mechanisms of all kinds. different, as well as the introduction of modern technologies in the work, including the (SITA) system for receiving and sending notices of shipments to planes and stations in various countries of the world.
He added that "the development work also includes the adoption of the tracking system (PRS) for baggage services during the stages of shipment according to the electronic archiving mechanism and locating the shipment and not losing it", except for air freight "from the vital departments of the Iraqi Airways Company because it contributes to organizing the process of entering and removing goods ".
And Jalil indicated that "in this context, the company concluded a joint operation contract with a solid international airline approved by the International Air Transport Association (IATA), with the aim of activating the air freight activity in a broader way to include various countries of the world," revealing "the rise in air freight operations during the half The first of this year compared to previous years, despite the conditions of the Corona pandemic.
As part of the ongoing development efforts in the company, he explained that "the company has performed its offices in Baghdad and the governorates, in addition to developing the work of its counterpart outside the country, especially within the countries: the United Arab Emirates, Jordan, Iran, Turkey and Egypt, by providing services and competitive offers throughout the year." He stressed, "There are steps to open new offices in Arab and foreign capitals during the coming period."
 
 
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Abbas Omran takes over the duties of the Iraqi Airways Administration
  
{Local: Al Furat News} The Ministry of Transport announced that Abbas Omran will assume the duties of managing the General Company for Iraqi Airways, succeeding Kifah Hassan.

 During his first meeting with the directors of the divisions and people of the company, according to a statement by the ministry, the agency {Euphrates News} received a copy of “the importance of intensifying all efforts and joint cooperation to develop the work and services provided by the national carrier for the public interest and to upgrade Iraqi Airways to the level of international companies in the field of Air transport".

It is noteworthy that the Director General, Abbas Omran, had held important positions in several joints of the Ministry of Transport.

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The Minister of Transport holds an emergency meeting with Iraqi Airways and warns
 

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{Local: Al Furat News} The Minister of Transport, Nasser Hussein Al-Shibli, held, this Thursday morning, an emergency meeting with the Director General of the General Company for Iraqi Airways, Abbas Omran, and the directors of its departments, coinciding with the approaching peak days of the fortieth visit, and to stand on the most prominent preparations and preparations for transporting visitors.

A statement from his office, which the agency {Euphrates News} received a copy of, stated: “Al-Shibli also conducted an inspection field tour in the corridors of the General Company for Iraqi Airways to follow up the progress of the process of grouping visitors through the national carrier and the smooth flow of their arrival at Baghdad Airport to perform the fortieth visit ceremony.” 

The Minister of Transport stressed to the company’s employees, the concerned cadres, the owners and crews of the hosts and hostesses, the necessity of applying the conditions of national health and safety and taking caution during the implementation of flights to avoid recording new infections and cases of the epidemic during the visit.

It is noteworthy that the Iraqi government limited the entry of visitors and foreign arrivals during the Arbaeen visit by air exclusively, and also specified their numbers at 60,000 visitors from Iran and 30,000 from the Gulf and Arab countries, as part of strict preventive measures to prevent the spread of the Corona virus.

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Iraq closes all its airports for about 3 days

Iraq closes all its airports for about 3 days
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Mubasher: The Iraqi authorities announced today, Thursday, the decision to close the country’s airports for about 3 days.

 

The Iraqi Civil Aviation Authority said, in a statement issued, today: "We inform our passengers and all airlines operating in Iraq that all Iraqi airports (Baghdad - Najaf Al Ashraf - Basra - Erbil - Sulaymaniyah) are closed."

And she stated, that the decision will take effect from 21:00 on October 9, 2021, until 06:00 on the 11th of the same month.

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by Editor Iraq news 16 Hours ago

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The Supreme Security Committee for Elections in Iraq announced the issuance of new directives related to the polling day regarding airports, ports and bicycles .

 

The Security Committee decided, in agreement with the Border Forces Command, Federal Police and Civil Defense, to limit movement between governorates and close all airports and border crossings from the ninth of October to the morning of the 11th of the same month, and that the movement of motorbikes within the cities would also be prohibited and movement of the rest of the vehicles would be allowed in order to facilitate the movement of voters From their homes to polling stations .

 

The committee indicated the closure of all shops, restaurants and malls from ten o'clock on October 10 until 6 o'clock on October 11, in addition to banning all human gatherings in all its forms from the morning of the seventh of October until the thirteenth of the same month and arresting anyone who violates these orders.

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The Ministry of Transportation, in negotiations with the US Federal Aviation, succeeded in issuing a flight notice (NOTAM), which confirms that the Iraqi airspace has become safe for transiting aircraft, whose number has increased daily to 400.  
The director of the area unit at the General Company for Air Navigation Services at the ministry, Haider Zafer Sahib, told Al-Sabah: "A ban was imposed on Iraqi airspace with the beginning of the occupation of some cities by ISIS criminal gangs, as the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) issued during The year 2014, a warning that Iraqi airspace is not safe for the passage of aircraft and all heights".
He added that "the decision caused the reluctance of most international airlines to cross the Iraqi airspace, for fear of being attacked by ISIS terrorist gangs, which led to reducing their numbers to 30 per day compared to 700 before the year 2014," noting that "airplanes cross Iraqi airspace to Europe, because they are A road characterized by short distances, which reduces fuel consumption.
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Airlines: Discussions with countries to open airlines soon..and comment on their ticket prices
  
{Local: Al Furat News} The General Company for Iraqi Airways revealed that it intends to open a new airline

The spokesman for the company, Hussein Jalil, told {Euphrates News}: “Iraqi Airways is in the process of talks with some countries, and we will announce it in the event of the opening of a new air line. An air route has already been opened between Baghdad and Abu Dhabi, according to the “Prosciu” in force in Iraqi Airways and the directives of the Minister Transportation Nasser Hussein Al-Shibli and senior management in the lines.

He added, "There is a big plan that the company is working on by opening new airlines, with regard to suspended lines, and we are awaiting directives from the higher authorities to resume these lines."

He continued, "As for the prices of Iraqi Airways tickets, they are the harmony of the Iraqi family, and there is a wide and great turnout by travelers on board the national carrier's planes."

And he said, "Since last March of this year, we have applied the price degrees, and for each flight, more than 8 different prices were drawn, starting with low and ascending."

He pointed out that "there is a contract with Airbus and Boeing to receive new and modern aircraft that will be added to the national carrier's fleet."

Ghufran Al-Khalidi 

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Because of technical measures, the European Union has prevented the Iraqi national carrier (Green Bird) from entering European airspace since 2015 due to errors in the joints of the General Company for Iraqi Airways, which led to preventing the green plane from entering European airspace, and

after a series of administrative and technical measures and the completion of a draft contract with experts in the organization IATA (International Air Transport Association) and course correction by exceeding 60 percent This ban will allow the green bird to fly again in the airspace of the European continent and the rest of the world.

In this regard, the Director General of the National Carrier Abbas Omran Al-Zubaidi expressed his optimism about the imminent end of this form, and the good tidings to the Iraqis will soon end this ban and the return of the green bird in European airspace and the lifting of the ban imposed on it since 2015.

It is worth noting that this file was one of the priorities of the concerns of the Minister of Transport, Nasser Hussein Al-Shibli, who strove to end it as soon as possible, overcome the stages of its difficulties, approach the lifting of the total European embargo, and start re-flying the Iraqi fleet of aircraft in the airspace of Europe

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10 hours ago, yota691 said:

Because of technical measures, the European Union has prevented the Iraqi national carrier (Green Bird) from entering European airspace since 2015 due to errors in the joints of the General Company for Iraqi Airways, which led to preventing the green plane from entering European airspace, and

after a series of administrative and technical measures and the completion of a draft contract with experts in the organization IATA (International Air Transport Association) and course correction by exceeding 60 percent This ban will allow the green bird to fly again in the airspace of the European continent and the rest of the world.

In this regard, the Director General of the National Carrier Abbas Omran Al-Zubaidi expressed his optimism about the imminent end of this form, and the good tidings to the Iraqis will soon end this ban and the return of the green bird in European airspace and the lifting of the ban imposed on it since 2015.

It is worth noting that this file was one of the priorities of the concerns of the Minister of Transport, Nasser Hussein Al-Shibli, who strove to end it as soon as possible, overcome the stages of its difficulties, approach the lifting of the total European embargo, and start re-flying the Iraqi fleet of aircraft in the airspace of Europe

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