Russian Airline Organizes Flights to Baghdad
The Russian private airline “Red Wings” obtained the necessary approval for flights between Moscow and Baghdad, according to a statement issued by the Federation of Civil Aviation of Russia.
The statement said that the Embassy of the Republic of Iraq in Russia informed the Russian Foreign Ministry that the Iraqi Ministry of Transport does not oppose the implementation of Red Wings flight one flight a week between Moscow and Baghdad
Flights resumed between the Russian and Iraqi capitals in September after a 13-year break for security reasons.
Red Wings is a Moscow-based airline based in Domodedovo, with a fleet of To-204 aircraft, Airbus A320 and A321 aircraft. Source