Iraq commissions Lufthansa Consulting to develop airports
- Iraq: Monday, December 10 - 2012 at 04:37
Iraq has signed a memorandum of understanding with Lufthansa Consulting to take the lead on airport strategy and marketing for Mosul International Airport. Under the terms of the agreement, the consultancy firm will also help with the search for new airlines and the expansion of aviation-related business such as catering, aircraft maintenance as well as the training of qualified staff. The company was also commissioned to oversee and manage the tender process for the privatisation of ground services at the Iraqi airports.
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