Austrian Airlines says it will resume its flights from Vienna to Baghdad after a 21-year hiatus.
The carrier says in a statement Wednesday that its service to the Iraqi capital will begin on June 8. It says its planes will fly the route three times a week.
Austrian began flying to Baghdad in 1982 but stopped in 1990 due to the first Gulf War.
The Vienna-based airline currently flies to the northern Iraqi city of Erbil six times a week.