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A spokesman for the General Company for Iraqi Airways, Hussein Jalil, said in a statement to NRT Arabia (September 22, 2021), that "the company has prepared an integrated work program to develop the air freight sector with the aim of competing with international airlines that provide this type of services, as new spaces have been added. It includes refrigerated warehouses, yards and mechanisms of various types, as well as the introduction of modern technologies in the work, including the (SITA) system for receiving and sending shipment notifications to aircraft and stations in various countries of the world.
He added that "the development work also includes the adoption of the tracking system (PRS) for baggage services during the stages of shipment according to the electronic archiving mechanism and locating the shipment and not losing it", except for air freight "from the vital departments of the Iraqi Airways Company because it contributes to organizing the process of entering and removing goods ".
And Jalil indicated that "in this context, the company concluded a joint operation contract with a solid international airline approved by the International Air Transport Association (IATA), with the aim of activating the air freight activity in a broader way to include various countries of the world," revealing "the rise in air freight operations during the half The first of this year compared to previous years, despite the conditions of the Corona pandemic.
As part of the ongoing development efforts in the company, he explained that "the company has performed its offices in Baghdad and the governorates, in addition to developing the work of its counterpart outside the country, especially within the countries: the United Arab Emirates, Jordan, Iran, Turkey and Egypt, by providing services and competitive offers throughout the year." He stressed, "There are steps to open new offices in Arab and foreign capitals during the coming period."
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