Iraqi Airways launches second route to India

A cake welcomed Iraqi Airways to Mumbai; here seen cut by Tariq Butt, Mumbai International Airport’s VP Airport Marketing & Aero Business, along with representatives from Iraqi Airways, Iraq’s Ministry of Transport and Director General Iraq Civil Aviation Authority.

  • Iraqi Airways launched its second route to India on 1 May when the airline began operating a new, twice-weekly charter route from Baghdad (BGW) via Najaf (NJF) to Mumbai (BOM). Flights, which complement operations launched to Delhi in February, operate with 737-700 aircraft. A major traffic driver for the route is Shia Islam pilgrimage.


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