Kuwait Airways suspends Iraq flights after attack on Baghdad airport

Kuwait’s national airline has suspended flights to Iraq after the international airport in Iraq was hit by rocket fire that damaged aircraft on the tarmac.

Kuwait Airways said the Kuwaiti civil aviation authority ordered the airline to suspend flights because of the “current conditions” in Iraq.

Several rockets landed in Iraq’s Baghdad International Airport compound on Friday, damaging an out-of-service Boeing 767 belonging to state-owned Iraqi Airways.


Khaleej Times

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