Gulf Air says not banned from flying to Najaf
- Bahrain: Monday, September 24 - 2012 at 08:44
Gulf Air has dismissed as false claims from an Iraqi council that the airline is banned from flying to Najaf, Arabian Aerospace has reported. "Gulf Air would like to confirm that its flight between Bahrain and Najaf - Iraq operated on schedule today went without incident," the Bahraini carrier said. "Gulf Air would like to reiterate to its passengers that our flights to Iraq are operating as scheduled. We would urge passengers to contact the airline directly if they hear information to the contrary," the airline said.
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