1147 GMT March 28, 2020
Director of Public Relations Department of Civil Aviation Organization of Iran Reza Ja'farzadeh said that based on the MoU, the two sides will increase the number of weekly flights to 120, from the current 91, IRNA reported.
He said Iran and Iraq will also cooperate in flight safety and training, constant inspection by ICAO and air navigation.
According to Ja'farzadeh, the MoU was signed by Deputy Head of Iran's Civil Aviation Organization for Aviation and International Affairs Morteza Dehqan and Head of Iraq Aviation Organization Ali Khalil Ebrahim.
He said they also signed two documents on cooperation in air traffic and research and rescue.