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    Major airlines including Air France and Virgin avoiding Iraqi airspace

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    Major airlines including Air France and Virgin avoiding Iraqi airspace Empty Major airlines including Air France and Virgin avoiding Iraqi airspace

    Post by Rocky Wed 30 Jul 2014, 10:30 am

    Major airlines including Air France and Virgin avoiding Iraqi airspace



    07/30/20140 



    Alsumaria news/Baghdad
    Major airlines take different positions on the overflight of Iraq reflecting the phased approach for airlines is to fly over areas of conflict before an international meeting of representatives of the industry to discuss the subject. And the airlines think of flight paths since dropping a Malaysian passenger plane earlier this month over the area controlled by separatists in Eastern Ukraine, killing 298 people onboard. And some airlines temporarily suspended flights to Israel amid hostilities between Israel and the Palestinian Islamic movement Hamas. Reuters quoted companies, Air France-KLM and the Virgin Atlantic British wire Berlin German company. or. t Polish as saying that "aircraft would fly over Iraqi airspace for security reasons, a day after Emirates Airlines avoid region." Meanwhile, Lufthansa said it had decided to avoid flying over certain areas of Iraq but is committed to flight paths which are used frequently. Australian media reported that the Abu Dhabi-based company said it continues to send flights to Iraq and fly over its airspace and that qantas continues to fly over the airspace of Iraq. " The company said in a statement that "there is no evidence of capacity or intent of any of the parties to the conflict in Iraq to target warplanes flying over the country." "The nature of the current security environment in Iraq is significantly different security environment in Ukraine." The airline currently resolutions on tracks based on information obtained from Governments and authorities responsible for air traffic control in each country. 

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