Iraqi Airways has taken delivery of another Airbus A220-300, bringing its fleet of the twinjet type to three.
The Middle Eastern carrier has five of the Pratt & Whitney PW1500G-powered type on order.
Airbus backlog data shows the aircraft (YI-ARG) was formally delivered on 30 December – exactly a year after the handover of its second example.
Iraqi Airways had received its first A220 in November 2021.
Its latest airframe (YI-ARG) was flown from Montreal to Oslo on 12 January, and then to Baghdad on 14 January.
Bombardier had originally secured the order for five aircraft – then known as the CS300 – in 2013, part of an agreement for up to 16.
Airbus inherited the agreement when it took over the programme in 2018 and rebranded it as the A220.