Mideast's biggest airline restarts flights to Iraqi city of Irbil after halting them in August

November 13, 2014 12:15 PM

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DUBAI, United Arab Emirates – The Mideast's biggest airline, Emirates, says it will resume flights from Dubai to the Iraqi Kurdish regional capital of Irbil after halting them following advances by the Islamic State group.

The Dubai-based carrier said Thursday it will resume twice-weekly flights Sunday, increasing them to four weekly flights in December.

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