Iraqi Airways has announced the transfer of nearly 3,000 pilgrims over the last 3 days through the country’s operating airports.
The general manager of the company, Eng. Miran Farid said: “The flights are still going on for 24 hours from the beginning of reverse advertising to return the pilgrims to the homeland. He pointed out that the planes continue to establish flights to Jeddah and Madinah airports following the agreement of the Minister of Transport with the Saudi authorities, To make flights to Jeddah and Madinah airports and to provide Iraq with additional flights to expedite the return of pilgrims.
To date, nearly 720 pilgrims have been repatriated to Baghdad International Airport, 710 to Basra International Airport, 560 to Najaf International Airport, 710 to Erbil International Airport and 356 to Sulaymaniyah International Airport.