Iran’s local and international air travel costs have exponentially surged in recent months on the back of inflationary effects caused by the currency crisis
T he International Court of Justice issued a unanimous ruling on Wednesday ordering the United States to lift any restrictive measure with regard to humanitarian trade and civil aviation safety arising from its sanctions against Iran.
Renovation of terminals 1 and 2 of Tehran’s Mehrabad International Airport is expected to become complete by the end of the next fiscal year in March 2020.
Foreign airlines carried 5.37 million passengers via 40,000 flights while domestic airlines moved 6.653 million passengers through 46,000 international flights last year (March 2016-17
Iran Air, the country’s flag carrier, announced plans to increase its weekly flights to Qatari capital Doha from May 1, to meet the growing demand for flights to Qatar and in line with the government’s policy to expand ties with the neighboring country.
Social media users are being warned of a viral message that is currently going around claiming that Emirates has a new promotion that offers flyers a chance to bag free airfares in time for the airline’s anniversary.
As for domestic flights, 29,346 takeoffs and landings were registered, up 8% YOY. More than 3.5 million passengers and 25,756 tons of goods were transported domestically, indicating a 5% and 10% rise respectively over last year’s corresponding period.
Iranian airports registered 451,000 takeoffs and landings in 2017, which shows an 8% rise compared to 2016. Over 56 million passengers and 549,000 tons of cargo were transported last year,
“The federal government has made it clear that both the US government and Boeing will remain committed to the nuclear deal,” local news agency TINN quoted her as saying on Saturday.
A plane carrying 60 passengers and six crew crashed in a mountainous region of central Iran on Sunday, with everyone on board feared dead
Experts say a combination of shrinking wetlands, drought, overall environmental deterioration in neighboring Iraq and Saudi Arabia, and mismanagement are to blame for the dust pollution in western Iran.
, Iran’s Deputy Economy Minister Mohammad Khazaei and his Dutch counterpart, Martin Van den Berg, signed the plan of action for 2018, which entails cooperation in the fields of energy, water management, agriculture, shipping, banking, technology and airport development.