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About Al Naser Airlines

Al Naser Wings Airlines, formerly known as Al-Naser Airlines, was a small airline based in Baghdad, Iraq. It operated scheduled domestic flights within the Middle East, primarily to Damascus in Syria. It also flew to Armenia, Iran and Turkey on a regular basis. Al-Naser Airlines began operations in 2005 for the US military in Iraq - it then entered the civil sector in 2009 with its first flight to Kuwait.

Al-Naser Airlines filed for bankruptcy at the beginning of 2019 and eventually ceased all operations in April 2019.

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Destinations that Al-Naser Airlines flew to

Before ceasing operations, Al-Naser Airlines flew to various destinations within the Middle East including Iran, Iraq, Syria, Jordan, Turkey and more.

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Baghdad International Airport

Baghdad International Airport, located in Iraq's capital, is a major hub for air travel in the region. It serves as a primary gateway for both domestic and international flights in the Middle East. The airport is a hub for FlyBaghdad, Iraqi Airways and UR Airlines.


While in operation, Al-Naser Airlines operated one aircraft - the Boeing 737-400. It also previously operated the Airbus A340-600, Airbus A340-300, Boeing 737-200 and the Boeing 767-223.