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AIR SCOTLAND, the trading name of” Greece Airways, is seriously considering an operation later this year from Glasgow via Stansted to Baghdad. Whilst plans are speculative, the airline has confirmed the addition of two Tristar L1011-500 with long haul capabilities and 309 seats. The airline says it is also underway to acquire a further two smaller aircraft for European routes. Boeing 757 aircraft are used on current routes. Air Scotland has applied for permission to operate from Miami and New York twice a week and to Havana and Toronto once a week. All flights are expected to commence later on this year. Plans are also underway to increase the frequency of the Glasgow to Paris and Athens routes, to five times per week from July 2005.