[size=36]The Civil Aviation Authority announces that it has taken over the management of Najaf International Airport[/size]
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The Civil Aviation Authority announced, on Monday, that it had taken over the management of Najaf International Airport, during an official ceremony chaired by the head of the authority, Imad al-Asadi.
A statement by the Aviation Authority stated, "Under the directives of the Prime Minister, Muhammad Shia' al-Sudani, the head of the Civil Aviation Authority, Imad Abdul-Razzaq al-Asadi, presided over the handover ceremony of the administration of Najaf International Airport."
And he continued, "In light of this, he held an expanded meeting that included the directors of the authority's departments with the directors of the departments in the Najaf International Airport administration in order to review the most important development steps and address the obstacles that would improve the reality of the services provided to travelers by relying on professional expertise and benefiting from them in developing the reality of the airport's work." Najaf International Airport, which is an important landmark due to its geographical and religious status and its role in receiving many flights in various seasons and holidays.
The head of the authority affirmed that "efforts and endeavors are being made by those concerned to work in accordance with the instructions of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) by providing all the necessary facilities for the airport and overcoming all obstacles in front of it, and working to empower its employees with specialized training courses in various fields in accordance with international standards and requirements."
He added, "We are striving to conduct an audit of all Iraqi airports by the international organization after completing the audit of Erbil International Airport, and these efforts come within the development steps of the civil aviation sector in the country." Ended 29/N33