Iraqi Government A300 in storage at Baghdad Intl Airport on Jan 28th 2022, damaged by militia rockets
Last Update: January 31, 2022 / 08:48:44 GMT/Zulu time
An Iraqi Government Airbus A300 with registration YI-APX at Baghdad International Airport, Iraq on January 28th 2022, was damaged while the airport got struck by at least 6 rockets during a militia attack. The aircraft was in storage at the time of the attack and no casualties were reported.
Source: Iraqi Ministry of Transportation
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