Erbil International Airport
- IATA Code
- ICAO Code
- 4800m x 75m
4234m x 69m
1245m x 32m
2803m x 29m
- Airlines currently operating to this airport with scheduled services
- Air Arabia
Middle East Airlines
Silk Way Airlines
- Airlines currently operating to this airport via codeshare
- Air France
Erbil International Airport is the principle airport serving the city of Erbil in Kurdistan Autonomous Region in northern Iraq. The airport is one of two international airports in the Kurdistan region. Erbil International was constructed after the fall of the Iraqi regime in 2003. The airport is served by airlines from across the Middle East and Europe.
Location of Erbil International Airport, Iraq
Ground Handlers servicing Erbil International Airport
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Aviation headlines in the Middle East tend to be dominated by the ambitious sixth freedom hub players (the ‘Big Three’: Emirates, Etihad Airways and Qatar Airways). However, there are some major developments at the second tier full service carriers in the region, such as Oman Air, Royal Jordanian, Gulf Air and Middle East Airlines, as featured in this report. These carriers are reshaping competition in and beyond the region and are being reshaped themselves by dynamic change in the Middle East.
Gulf Air recently announced plans to undertake another phase of restructuring under the guidance of newly appointed CEO, Samer Majali, commencing in the coming months. Mr Majali commenced his tenure in early Aug-2009. However, the carrier is yet to provide any details of the restructuring plan.
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