Boeing yesterday finalized and revealed details of the Iraqi government's order for 30 737-800s plus 10 options and said it is in the process of finalizing an order for 10 787s, calling the aircraft purchase agreements "the first step in reestablishing that country's scheduled commercial aviation operations." Iraqi Airways, long restricted by international sanctions, no-fly zones and wars, is operating limited services using older aircraft from Baghdad to Amman and Cairo. It also is ...

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