In the begining the flights are going to get lots of folks heading to Iraq as aide workers, contractors in the rebuilding, and former exiles/expatriots with ties to Iraq.
7 years down the road Iraq could be a much different place than it is now, with it's oil reserves and skilled and educated population they are going to one day rival the United Arab Emirates, Qartar, Kuwait and Bahrain as a prosperous and developing country.
Not saying they are all going to be driving BMWs and Hummer H-2s in ten years, but I think they are going to see a HUGE investment and development starting within the next two years.
First things first, the new Government has to get up and running and the services have to be retsored and an effective Iraqi Civil Defense force organzied and deployed.
Most US troops will be out of Iraq within a year, however long term I think the US is going to sign a long term lease agreement with the new Government giving the US "access rights" to as many as 4 bases (mostly airbases).
The first base would be on part of the current Baghdad international airport, it would be for VIP/Government flights and heavey C-17s, C-5s etc.. It would function alongside the civilian air services like Frankfurt.
The second would be near Nasariya, and would serve as a US Marine/Navy airfield with mostly helios and visiting P-3s, Harriers, F-18s etc.
The 3rd airbase would be in the Western Desert of Iraq at a former Iraqi airbase know as h-3 or h-2? It would serve as a Special ops training facility.
And the fourth would either be at a former Iraqi air base on the Eastern edge of Baghdad know as (tallill airbase?), or in Northern Iraq possibly in Tekrit or Mosul.
The fourth base would be a USAF
base for F-15s etc.
Also the British are likely to setup a Naval station at Um Qasar and possibly a Royal Marine post at Basara.
These bases would be jouint coalition and Iraqi military, it will be interesting to see what the "new" Iraqi Air Force will look like.