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Topic - Haytham Kamal Alsalih
Although Iraqi officials have not yet responded to his offer of help, Mr. Alsalih said he does not expect to be flying one of the new 737s the government has ordered.
He said he wanted to offer his expertise on how to manage and organize the operation and train staff for the airline as it rebuilds.