On 25 April 2010, Tor Air's Boeing 737–400 operated the first commercial service between Baghdad and London in 20 years, while on a wet lease to Iraqi Airways. It was a short lived service how ever as a lawyer for Kuwait tried to have the aircraft seized in London due to financial problems between Iraq and Kuwait, this was not possible though as the aircraft belonged to a Swedish company and not an Iraqi company.
On 20 December 2011, Tor Air had its licence revoked by Sweden’s transportation board, due to lack of sufficient financial resources. All staff were made redundant.
Tor Air operated charter flights, serving the following destinations (as of March 2011):
^AFP / The Swedish Wire (30 April 2010). "Baghdad. Kuwaiti authority tried to seize Swedish airplane". The Swedish Wire online. Retrieved 2010-08-10. "BAGHDAD (AFP) -The first commercial flight between Baghdad and London in 20 years – operated by Swedish carrier Tor Air...When the airplane arrived at <the airport> in London, the lawyer for the Kuwaiti authority tried to seize it, but he failed, because the airplane belongs to a Swedish company [wet-lease carrier Tor Air]..."