Complete overhaul of a JCPOA aircraft
The Managing Director of the Islamic Republic of Iran Airlines (Iran Air) has announced that its Iranian engineers have given an Airbus 321 a complete overhaul. The plane was purchased following the signature of the 2015 JCPOA nuclear deal with world powers.
Chabahar private airline to be launched with Brazilian planes
The managing director of Chabahar Free Trade Zone said in order to reduce travel costs to this southeastern Iranian port, agreements have been made in principle for establishing a private airline for Chabahar FTZ.
Iran flights continue to Lebanon and Turkey
The Association of Iranian Airlines Secretary has announced that the Ministry of Foreign Affairs has joined the country’s Civil Aviation Authority to solve the problem of refueling Iranian airplanes in Turkey and Lebanon.
Zarif response to reimposition of US sanctions
Iran’s top diplomat has reacted to the reimposition of US sanctions against his country.
Five new ATR planes delivered to Tehran
Iran Air (Homa) has announced that five new ATR planes will be delivered to Tehran on 5 July 2018.
EU lobbies to keep Airbus contract with Iran
Airbus has sent a message to Iran indicating that they are seeking to keep their contract for the sale of 100 passenger planes to this country.
Was Mohammad-Javad Larijani being controversial?
US media have accused Iran of supporting al-Qaeda by citing statements made by Mohammad Javad Larijani.
Iran response to cautionary measures by Airbus
The French Airbus company announced last week that the delivery of planes purchased by Iran will be delayed. According to American businessman and current chief operating officer at Airbus, John Leahy, the company will delay the delivery of the planes until Iran has completed its down payments.