Jordan boosts aviation ties with Iraq

22 July 2009

Jordan's Civil Aviation Regulatory Commission has signed an agreement with the Iraqi Civil Aviation Authority which enables Jordanian and Iraqi carriers to operate passenger and freight flights between the two countries with no limits regarding aircraft capacity or type, the Jordan Times has reported. Under the MoU, the two sides have agreed to operate flights to and from two more stations in Iraq, the cities of Mosul and Najaf. The agreement also stipulates that the Jordanian side presents all necessary facilities to Iraqi air transport bodies and facilitate visa-issuance measures for passengers.

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