Transportation: set up a company [Air Iraq]

2016/10/7 17:56

[Oan- Baghdad]

The Ministry of Transport, agreeing to establish a new airline as the [airline Iraq.

According to a ministry statement received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of it, that "the Transport Minister Kazem cup, chaired on Thursday, the monthly meeting of the ministry's opinion in the presence of the inspector general of the ministry Caesar Ahmed and technical agent and the agent managing directors-general in the ministry and formations, have been discussing preparations for a visit X of Muharram and effort service, which is the responsibility of the ministry and its formations concerned after efforts with the concerned authorities in the province of Karbala coordinate in order to harness the full potential of the ministry to transport visitors plan. "

"I was voted unanimously to review the terms of contract [AtlasGlobal] with the Ministry and discussed in detail, as well as the vote to approve the establishment of the company [Air Iraq] and also vote on a proposal to approach the US Aviation University to activate to take place with the Ministry of Transport."

The statement continued, as "it was agreed directed a number of invitations to international companies sober for the purpose of benefiting from their expertise and capabilities in the Ministry of transportation projects."

He said Transport Minister according to the statement, "The ministry is working according to a method depends professionalism and efficiency in the development and implementation of strategic projects according pulmonary clear to provide better services to citizens across the broad transport sector to be so has achieved desires and ambition the aspirations of the Iraqi citizen of the many transport services."

It is said that Iraqi Airways is the national carrier of Iraq and the larger lines of Aeronautics it is in the Arab Air Carriers Organization member.

The Iraqi Airways was founded in 1945 by Iraqi Aeronautical Society and was used at the beginning of the British aircraft-tion.