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Transport Minister Abdullah Laibi said in a statement, "Economy News" received a copy of it, "We are keen on securing and prevailing airspace in Iraq and the region," noting that "the Ministry of Transport is keen to provide the best navigational services for the aircraft transiting our airspace, and that we are in the process of opening air corridors. New and reduce separation between aircraft to accommodate the great momentum of aircraft crossing over the sky of Iraq. "
He added that "the air navigation company with its specialized cadres was able to renew the confidence of European airlines and resume flying through Iraqi airspace again."
It is worth noting that the Dutch and Norwegian airlines have already resumed their flights in Iraqi airspace early this month after the recommendation made by the Aviation Security Agency to warn against using the skies in Iraq on the 8 and 11 of last January following the recent events in the country and the Middle East region, but the Federation Agency The European Aviation Security retracted its decision on the 24th of the same month, after another evaluation of the information related to the safety of flights in Iraqi space proved that the sky of Iraq is safe and stable.