08/13/2013 Range Press / Baghdad
U.S. Boeing Company announced on Tuesday, for delivery of the aircraft, the next generation (800-737) for Iraqi Airways, indicating that this aircraft is the first of 30 aircraft had been requested by Iraqi Airways in 2008.
The transfer of the site (Akzamnr) news for Vice President of Sales for Boeing Commercial Airplanes for the Middle East, Russia and the United States Marty Bintort, "handed aircraft next generation (800-737) for Iraqi Airways is the first plane out of the 30 aircraft it had requested the Iraqi Airways During the year 2008. "
And explained Bintort "after the delivery of the aircraft currently stands cumulative orders for Iraqi Airways (39) Boeing under include delivery (29) of the aircraft, the next generation (800-737) and ten aircraft model (Dreamliner 787)."
The Bintort pointed out that "Boeing is proud of confidence given by the Iraqi Airways for its products and looks forward to strengthening this relationship by providing the future needs of the Iraqi Airways."
And drew Bintort to be "orders received by the company to the next generation of the series (737) exceeded the 11,000 requested from various countries around the world," he said, adding that "the company has delivered more than (7,600) (737), including more than (4,500) the next generation of aircraft (737) during the month of July of the year 2013. "
The Iraqi Airways announced on Tuesday (January 29, 2013), its contract to buy 40 aircraft type Bowen 737 and Boeing Dreamliner 787 in addition to two Aabertin intercontinental-made Airbus European, while The Ministry of Transport stated that Iraqi Airways will operate flights lines additional to many countries of the world.
The Ministry of Transport launched assurances in (11/16/2012) that Iraqi Airways began to recover after the overthrow of Kuwaiti debt for.
The Kuwaiti National Assembly approved, in (the 22 of January 2013), the great majority of the Convention on the liquidation of debts of Iraqi Airways, stressing that the Council referred the decree Convention Act to the government for ratification.
Iraq has signed in May 2008 the first two decades with the company (Boeing) to buy 40 U.S. aircraft, and the second with Inc. (Bompardo) Canadian, to buy ten aircraft, while the Ministry of Finance showed that the total value of the two contracts amounted to five billion dollars.
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