Iraqi Civil Aviation Authority General Director Sabeeh al Shebany has about half of the air traffic controllers he needs to manage Iraq's skies.
Iraqi Civil Aviation Authority General Director Sabeeh al Shebany has about half of the air traffic controllers he needs to manage Iraq's skies. Adam Ashton / Modesto Bee / MCT
Iraqi Civil Aviation Authority General Director Sabeeh al Shebany has about half of the air traffic controllers he needs to manage Iraq's skies. Adam Ashton / Modesto Bee / MCT

Help wanted: As air industry grows, Iraq seeks controllers

January 02, 2009 06:20 PM

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