Gulf Air has resumed flights to Baghdad International Airport following a temporary suspension over safety concerns after a Flydubai aircraft on a commercial flight was hit with bullets on landing. Gulf Air said services were resumed on Saturday following “comprehensive safety and security assessments over the past week.” The Bahrain-based carrier said it also had “in depth consultations with airport and security officials in the Iraqi capital” as well as ongoing ...

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