02/06/2013 09: 40
Iraqi Transport Ministry said on Monday, 3 may, start to work with the
electronic reservation system for travelers on the Iraqi Airways planes.
This system is the first of its kind in Iraq which will pave the way
for Iraq's accession to the International Civil Aviation Organization.
This is the system that allows booking and buy tickets via the Internet
to facilitate the reservation procedure for citizens who wish to travel
aboard the Iraqi Airways.
But he will not be able Iraqis inside
Iraq using this system at this time, officials expect to be used within
the reach of all Iraqi citizens.
Transport Minister Amer
Abduljabbar "system will be linked with all agents of the Iraqi Airways
after the adoption of the CBI and other Iraqi banks system of credit
cards and bank card".
And services to be provided by the new
system for passengers with special needs special assistance can be
requested before arrival at the airport.
On his part, said
Nasser Al-Ameri, Assistant Director of Iraqi Airways, said the company
will apply the electronic reservation system at all offices of the Iraqi
Airways over the next few days.
Ameri explained that the system
application, done in coordination with the SITA Dutch automated
reservation and communication are essential to Iraq's accession to the
International Civil Aviation Organization.
The international air
transport Association (IATA) select the January 2006 deadline to stop
paper ticketing for all airlines. However, Iraq did not work with the
new system because of lack of infrastructure necessary for
implementation of the project at this time.
Suheil said Mahmoud,
an Iraqi merchant to travel outside Iraq, "the electronic booking
system is a good step from the Transport Ministry and will provide us a
lot of time."
Adds Mahmoud, saying "I'm wandering in most
countries of the world that depend on this system and airports see speed
and its importance as a modern system in providing comfort to
The Ministry of transport and Communications
announced last month for a new line of flight between Baghdad and
London. The Ministry also confirmed that it had opened more than 25 new
fault lines, including trips to each of Turkey and Germany and Austria,
Greece, Pakistan and the Gulf States. The Ministry also revealed hope
opening lines towards India and China next month.
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