Iraqi Airways resumed scheduled Baghdad-London Gatwick flights this week aboard a 737 Classic more than 20 years after the service was suspended. The carrier plans to operate up to two weekly flights to LGW. According to its UK-based English website, Iraqi Airways' fleet comprises two 737-200s and one 737-300. Separately, Lufthansa launched four-times-weekly service between Frankfurt and Erbil. LH has said it plans to operate Baghdad service but has not announced a start date. 

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