Tehran Imam Khomeini Airport has opened the long-awaited ‘Salam’ terminal, which will boost the airport’s capacity with five million annual
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Qatar Airways has announced a major expansion as it will resume flights to Isfahan, its fourth destination in Iran, while
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Foreign airlines are one after another suspending and cancelling their services to Iran. Tehran, a destination often being praised by the
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IranAir has scheduled new routes from Tehran to Belgrade, Serbia and Tbilisi, Georgia. With the addition of three new Airbus
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Turkey’s flag carrier Turkish Airlines has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Kish Free Zone Organization, the free trade
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IranAir plans to increase the frequency of flights from Tehran to a number of European destinations, a move in contrast
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IranAir eyes to expand its international services within the region as it plans to take delivery of a fifth and
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Iran is once set to send Iranian pilgrims to this year’s Hajj in Saudi Arabia, after having been unable to
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Two of Iran’s domestic mid-size air carriers have signed Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) concerning a total of 73 new aircraft,
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The Association of Iranian Airlines (AIRA) announced that all Iranian airlines will suspend their services to Najaf in Iraq as of
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