Air Transport in Iraq

Air Transport in Iraq Last updated on Tuesday 20th April 2010

International airports are located at Baghdad and Basra, but national carrier Iraqi Airways has been grounded since the Gulf War. The sanctions regarding air travel are still valid against Iraq.

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