Iraqi Airways resumes its flights between Iraq and Iran

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Iraqi Airways announced the resumption of flights between Iraq and Iran, starting Tuesday, a state news agency said on Monday.

Major airlines across the Middle East canceled or rerouted some flights as Iran launched dozens of drones and missiles at Israel through Saturday night into Sunday, closing many airspaces in the region.

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On Monday, many countries reopened their airspaces which allowed for airlines to resume their flights.

Emirates Airlines, which had canceled some of its fights and rerouted others due to temporary airspace closures in the region, resumed scheduled operations to and from Jordan, Lebanon, and Iraq from Sunday afternoon, a spokesperson said.

Qatar Airways also resumed services to Amman, Beirut and Baghdad, it said in a post on X, while Etihad Airways planned to operate scheduled passenger and cargo services between Abu Dhabi and Tel Aviv, Amman and Beirut starting Monday.

With Reuters

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