Airports in Iraq

With its ancient history, multiethnic culture, and extensive cuisine, Iraq has become a country to visit once again. Private Airport Transfers in Iraq.

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Learn more about Iraq airports, their population, local currency, and frequently asked questions about Erbil, Kirkuk, Sulaimaniyah, Nasiriyah, Bamarni, Karbala, Umm Qasr and more. Which airport are you planning to travel to in Iraq? Baghdad International Airport? Maybe you're going to Basra International Airport or the city centre from Sulaimaniyah International Airport. With, you can easily book our services online with comfortable, budget-friendly, hygienic, and luxurious transfers from all the airports in Iraq. 

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Information about Iraq

  • Language: Arabic, Kurdish
  • Dialling code: +964
  • Capital: Baghdad
  • Currency: Iraqi dinar (IQD)
  • Time zone: UTC+3 (AST)
  • Area:  438,462,701 square kilometres
  • Population:  40,462,701 million
  • Climate: The temperatures in summer range between 40°C (104°F) to 48°C (118.4°F). In winter, temperatures are around 21°C (69.8°F).
  • National Religion: Islam
  • Official Newspapers: Shafaq News, Bas news, Awena, Iraqi News, Kitabat, Hatha Alyoum, Al Sabah Al Jadid, Azzaman, Al-Iraqiya, Iraq News Network, Sotal Iraq, Attaahki, Al Adala
  • National Emergency Numbers: 112

Iraq, also the Republic of Iraq, is situated in Western Asia, bordered by the Persian Gulf and Kuwait in the southeast, Saudi Arabia in the south, Jordan in the southwest, Iran in the east, Turkey in the north, and Syria in the west. The largest city and capital are Baghdad. Iraq has a diverse ethnicity with Kurds, Persians, Turkmens, Circassians, Kawliya, Yazidis, Iraqi Arabs, Assyrians, Armenians, Mandaeans and Shabahis. The majority of the population is Muslim. The minor religions are Christianity, Yarsanism, Yazidism, Zoroastrianism, and Mandaeism. The official languages are Arabic and Kurdish; Turkish, Armenian, and Neo-Aramaic are also recognized in some areas. Iraq is hot with a subtropical influence. The temperatures in summer range between 40°C (104°F) to 48°C (118.4°F). In winter, temperatures are around 21°C (69.8°F). Winters are colder in the mountainous regions of the north with snow.

People & Culture of Iraq

Iraqi culture has a heritage extending back in time to ancient Mesopotamia. It is visible in architecture, music, painting, literature, metalworking, pottery, weaving, stonemasonry, calligraphy, and calligraphy. Iraq is known for handicrafts like rugs and carpets. Baghdad was the literary and artistic capital of the Arabic world, then evolved into a commercial and intellectual centre of the Islamic world, gaining the reputation as the "Centre of Learning." In Iraq, the largest group of the population is Arabs. The most significant ethnic minority is Kurds. Turkmen are the third largest ethnic group. Islam is the official religion of Iraq. Fridays are essential for Muslims to gather and pray. Islamic holidays like Eid al-Fitr and Eid al-Adha are celebrated.

Top Tourist Attractions in Iraq

  • Imam Hussein Shrine
  • Great Ziggurat of Ur
  • Iraqi National Museum
  • Lalish Temple
  • Al-Qishleh Clock
  • Ctesiphon
  • Tahrir Square
  • Bekal Waterfall
  • Sami Abdulrahman Park
  • Holy Shrine of Sheikh Abdul Qadir
  • Holy Shrine Of Abu Fadhl Al-Abbas
  • Holy Shrine Of Imam Hossain
  • Imam Ali Ibn Abi Talib Shrine
  • The Korek Mountain Resort & Spa By Hama Khafur
  • Mor Mattai Monastery
  • Erbil Citadel
  • Al Rasheed Street
  • Kurdish Textile Museum
  • Jalil Khayat Mosque
  • Baghdadi Museum

Popular Dishes in Iraq

  1. Dolma (leaves stuffed with meat and spices)
  2. Falafel (ground bean fritters)
  3. Margat Bamia (okra stew)
  4. Kanafeh (dessert with cheese)
  5. Three (lamb with chickpeas)
  6. Bagila Bil Dihin (fried eggs on beans)
  7. Masgouf (grilled fish)
  8. Shorbat Rumman (pomegranate stew)
  9. Kleicha (cookies)
  10. Quiz (lamb stuffed with vegetables, nuts, and rice)
  11. Sfiha (traditional pizza)
  12. Iraqi Tashreeb (bread meat soup)
  13. Iraqi Kebab (grilled meat with spices)
  14. Makhlama (eggs and lamb)
  15. Kubba (rice and ground meat)
  16. Tabbouleh (salad)
  17. Maqluba (upside-down rice)
  18. Pepsi Baytinijan (fried eggplants with meatballs, tomatoes, onions and garlic)
  19. Margat Qeema (Stew of chickpeas and diced meat)

Private Airport Transfers in Iraq

With its ancient history, multiethnic culture, and extensive cuisine, Iraq has become a country to visit once again! offers private transfer service and door-to-door transfers from or to any airport in Iraq. You can book your transfer online, and we can arrange the rest, so you don't need to worry about getting to the desired location in Iraq.

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