Iraq suspended flights to and from Erbil and Sulaymaniyah because cruise missiles

Twilight news/Iraqi civil aviation authority,
the suspension of all flights departing from airports in Erbil and Sulaymaniyah for 48-hour range, indicating that it aims to protect travellers because of cross missiles and launchers from the Caspian Sea, Iran and Iraq to Syria. The Authority said in a statement that it "decided to suspend all flights from and to the airports in Erbil and Sulaymaniyah over 48 hours", stating that "this resolution will begin from tomorrow Sunday the 23rd of November at 8:00 am current." The Authority said that "it is aimed at protecting passengers due to crossing the cruise missiles from the Caspian Sea, Iran and Iraq to Syria from the North site navigation (OTALO)." "In the absence of any missiles or bombs in other parts of Iraq, the space flight operations for trans aircraft routinely from high FL.310 up, and all air operations for all airlines operate regularly to Baghdad international airports in Najaf and Basra.