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dear sir i will be happy to travel in erbil intrnational airport next week . please help to check this number << 991811 >> it's my visa number , and i will collect my visa in the erbil international airport on arrival . my mail is << firstname.lastname@example.org > i am waiting for your answer
hello sir ! i want to travel to erbil next week . please can you help me to check this number for me << 991811 >> it's my visa number from the airport . thank you
My second "home" airport. I am an international legal advisor for EIA/EBL.
It would be a great service to provide contact information for airport manager, air traffic conrol tower, director of air traffic, etc.
Reply to @ptomblin: This is correct. "KQ" ICAOs are reserved for DoD use. You'll see KQs for the US weather stations in Iraq, Afghanistan, anywhere the US is stationed overseas. "EQ" is the NATO equivalent. In the case of KQTX, that's the weather station at Kirkuk. ORKK is the airport ICAO. Observations from ORKK are from the Iraqis whereas observations from KQTX are from the Americans.
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