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Formed and started operations in 2003. Formed by private Iraqi interests. International, charter, passenger and cargo, jet airplane services.
Amman - Wadi Saqra
Arrar Street, Building No 213
PO Box 911399
Amman 11191, Jordan
July 2004: 727-247 (21483) wet-leased to Kam Air (KMF). 737-2B7 (22885) wet-leased to Trans Air Congo (TSG).
August 2004: 727-256 (JT8D) (20600, 9L-LEN), wet-leased to Palestinian Airlines (PAY).
September 2004: 727-247 (21483, 9L-LEL) & 737-2B7 (22885, 9L-LEG), wet-leased to Iraqi Airways (IRQ).
October 2004: 727-256 (20600, 9L-LEN) wet-leased to Trans Air Congo (TSG). 737-201 (22354) delivery.
November 2004: 737-201 (22274), bought from Hamilton Aerospace, wet-leased to Iraqi Airways (IRQ).
December 2004: 767-233ER (22526), ex-Air Canada (ACN), wet-leased to Iraqi Airways (IRQ).
June 2005: Teebah Airlines (TEE) provides airplanes on lease for passenger operations.
March 2006: The European Union (EU) banned 92 airlines, most of them based in Africa, from landing at European airports, declaring them unsafe by international standards.
The ban applies to cargo and passenger carriers from Congo, Equatorial Guinea, Sierra Leone, Swaziland and Liberia judged to have an "inadequate system for regulatory oversight" or insufficient safety standards. It will be enforced by all 25 (EU) nations, plus Norway and Switzerland.
The flight ban applies to Teebah Airlines (TEE).
The flight ban also applies to Ariana Afghan Airlines (AFG), North Korea's Air Koryo (KOY) and Thailand's Phuket Airlines. Two airlines each from Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan were listed as well.
Lesser restrictions were placed on Air Bangladesh (BGD) and Buraq Air from Libya, which will be able to operate flights if they use certain planes that have met safety requirements, the European Commission (EC) said.
January 2008: INCDT: An Aero Service An-12BP (5343209, EK-11660), had a brake failure while taxying at Pointe Noire, Congo and ran into a Teebah Airlines (TEE) 727-247 (21482, 9L-LEF), causing damage but no injuries to those on board both airplanes.
July 2010: Teebah Airlines (TEE) leases jet airplanes for passenger operations.
Employees = 55.
(ICAO) Code: TBA (Callsign - TEEBAH).
Parent organization/shareholders: Hussain Al-Khwam (100%).
Main base: Amman Queen Alia International airport (AMM).
Hubs: Beirut Rafic Hariri International airport (BEY); Baghdad International airport (SDA); and Damascus International airport (DAM).
3 727-247 (JT8D-15 HK) (1341-21482, /78 9L-LEF; 1350-21483, /78 9L-LEL; 1361-21484, /79 9L-LEO), EX-(DAL), 21483 WET-LST (KMF) 2004-06. 21483 WET-LST (IRQ) 2004-09. 21482 WET-LST (IRQ) 2005-01. (21483; FOR SALE/LEASE - CORPORATE CONCEPTS INTNL TEL: (281) 359-8070 APL LOCATED IN KINGWOOD, TEXAS). 21482; DAMAGED IN INCDT - - SEE JANUARY 2008. 12F, 137Y.
1 727-256 (JT8D-9) (912-20600, /72 9L-LEN), WET-LST (PAY) 2004-08. WET-LST (TSG) 2004-10. WET-LST (IRQ) 2005-01. WET-LST (SIS) 2005-12. 8C, 137Y.
1 737-2B7 (JT8D-15A HK) (966-22885, /83 YI-APW), WET-LST (TSG) 2004-06. WET-LST (IRQ) 2004-09. 12F, 96Y.
1 737-201 (JT8D-9A HK) (682-22274, /80 YI-APY), WET-LST (IRQ) 2004-11. 8F, 96Y.
1 737-201 (JT8D-9A HK) (736-22354, /81 J2-SHB), WET-LST (IRQ) 2004-10. 118Y.
0 737-204 (JT8D) (621-22057, 9L-LFI). RTND. 118Y.
0 737-247 (JT8D-15A) (1403-23609, /87 J2-KCM), BF JETGLOBAL INC 2006-01. 118Y.
1 767-233ER (JT9D-7R4D) (92-22526, /84 JY-JRF), EX-(ACN), WET-LST (IRQ) 2004-12. 36C, 162Y.
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SHEIK HUSSAIN AL-KHAWAM, CHAIRMAN.
YOUSEF ABU RAS, CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER (CEO).
OTHMAN AL-ABSI, DIRECTOR GENERAL.
ADEL AL-DURI, OPERATIONS MANAGER.