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Portugal Calls for Tehran-Lisbon Direct Flights

Portuguese Deputy Foreign Minister Jorge Costa Oliveira called for bolstering relations with Iran, especially in the field of communications, and establishing direct flights between the two countries.
Iran Rajaie Port Activity

20% Increase in Rajaie Port Activity

Director General of Hormuzgan Province’s Ports and Maritime Organization Ehrahim Idani said container operations in Rajaie port have increased by 20% in the past two months, as compared with the same period last year.

Saudi Arabia suspends Mahan Air over ‘safety’

Saudi Arabia has withdrawn licenses given to Iran's Mahan Air to land in the Persian Gulf kingdom or fly in its airspace over ‘safety’ claims.

Germany’s Auto Supplier Bosch to Open Office in Tehran

A senior official with German car parts maker Robert Bosch said it plans to open an office in the Iranian capital, Tehran, by the end of this year, following the removal of anti-Tehran sanctions.

VP Orders Enhancement of Ties with Indian Ocean Littoral States

First Vice President Eshaq Jahangiri ordered administrative agencies to enhance ties with Indian Ocean littoral states on Saturday May 28.
Akhoundi

Iran planning to renovate airlines: Minister

The renovation will help Iran regain its previous position as a key aviation hub in the region, said Akhoundi.
Railway

Iran, Turkmenistan, Kazakhstan are to be linked via rail in a month

Iran’s vice-president for executive affairs says the railway connecting Iran to Central Asia will come on stream in November.

41,000 More Flights Passing through Iranian Airspace, Compared with Last Year

During the past eleven months, 286,904 flights have been registered as passing through Iranian airspace, which is 41,000 more than during the same period the year before.
Iran Air-Plane

Iran says planes ready for US flights

After a hiatus of over three decades, Iran is now looking into the possibility of launching direct flights to the United States in light of the removal of sanctions that have prohibited the country from doing so.

First Air France Jet in Years Lands in Iran

The first Air France plane has landed in the capital, Tehran, after a hiatus of eight years.

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