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Iran Air to Recruit Female Pilots for First Time

Iran’s flag-carrier airline Iran Air is set to recruit female pilots for the first time in the country’s history.

Tehran, Belgrade Resume Direct Flights after 27 Years

After a gap of 27 years, direct flights between Iran and Serbia resumed Saturday, when an IranAir jet touched down at Belgrade's Nikola Tesla airport, Serbian media reported.
Iran to Send Black Box of Crashed ATR Plane to France

Iran to Send Black Box of Crashed ATR Plane to France

The flight recorder of an ATR 72 plane that recently crashed into a mountaintop in southwest Iran, killing all 65 people on board, is slated to be sent to France to be decoded, a lawmaker said.

Mobile App to Let Iranians Buy Car Fuel Online

A new car fueling system has been launched in Iran based on which the car owners order fuel using a mobile application and receive it wherever they are.

US Sanctions on Iran’s Aviation Industry Killing Civilians

The Sunday crash of an Iranian ATR 72 passenger plane in central Iran during a flight from Tehran to the southwestern city of Yasuj, which claimed the lives of 66 people, has once again brought into the limelight the issue of unilateral US sanctions and their deleterious effect on Iran's transportation sector, especially the country’s civil aviation fleet.

Russia Luring Iranian Airlines to Buy Sukhoi Superjet

Amid the controversies over the delivery of Boeing and Airbus passenger planes to Iran, a Russian-built Sukhoi Superjet 100 has landed at Tehran's Mehrabad Airport with a team of engineers on board to make Iran interested in purchasing the airliner.

Plane’s Windscreen Struck by Eagle during Landing (+Video)

A viral video shows a large bird, most probably an eagle, striking the windscreen of an ATR plane landing at an airport in northern Iran.
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Iran to Buy Airliners with French, Italian Credit Lines

The Islamic Republic’s national flag carrier Iran Air is to purchase brand-new aircraft with foreign financing.

Number of Flights over Iran’s Sky Tripled: Commander

The number of flights crossing Iran’s sky has increased by three times over the past years thanks to the country’s airspace security, said the Commander of the Iranian Army's Khatam al-Anbia Air Defence Base.
Flights at Tehran's Airports Resume after Heavy Snowfall

Flights at Tehran’s Airports Resume after Heavy Snowfall

The runways of Tehran’s Imam Khomeini International Airport were dug out from under 70 centimeters (more than two feet) of snow, letting flights resume on Sunday morning.

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