Iraqi Airways plans to lower airline ticket prices Iraqi Airways plans to lower airfares

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Iraqi Airways plans to lower airline ticket prices Iraqi Airways plans to lower airfares

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Iraqi Airways plans to cut airfares
Wednesday, April 12, 2017


Iraqi Airways announced Wednesday that it is considering the possibility of reducing the price of air tickets through its aircraft in preparation for the summer season as part of its plan to activate the movement of passengers through its air routes.

"The committee, which was formed to study the feasibility of air ticket prices, is currently studying the possibility of reducing its ticket prices in preparation for the summer season as part of its plan to activate the movement of passengers through its air routes," said Samer Kubba, director general of the company.

Kubba added that his company "earlier reduced prices by 30 percent for some airline tickets, especially the lines that are popular among travelers, such as the line (Baghdad - Beirut) and (Baghdad - Istanbul)," noting that "the company in turn operates To provide the best services to its passengers and to prepare plans that contribute to raising and upgrading such services, such as the selection of hosts according to international standards and by a specialized committee.

He explained that "the development plans will reflect the civilized reality of the country, being the national carrier of air to Iraq, noting that the air traffic is witnessing a great openness, especially in recent times, has been opened several international airlines, which led to an increase in the movement of airlines, Compliance with aviation safety standards to ensure that they fly above the international airspace. "

He pointed out that his company "works in coordination with the General Establishment of Civil Aviation to open a number of airlines, including the line (Baghdad - Tunisia), which has been completed all its logistical procedures and only a visa agreement to enter Tunisia.

"The line will be the first to the Arab Maghreb, which will contribute to the revitalization of the tourist and academic side, as well as the lines of (Cyprus - Baghdad) and (Baghdad - Moscow)," adding that " Financial income earned ".

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