After the implementation of the JCPOA, European airports have one again granted access to EU airspace for Iranian airplanes.
Some 14 Airbus and Boeing passenger planes have been overhauled inside the country and will join the civil fleet before the end of year, said Hamid Habibi.
Chinese companies are interested to invest in infrastructural projects in Iran's Qom province, specially monorail and airport construction, a senior Chinese official announced on Sunday.
A regional official of International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) said Iran's safe airspace has encouraged foreign airlines to seek passage through Iran’s flying zone.
Flights between Bushehr in southwestern Iran and Dubai in the UAE, which were suspended last year, will recommence in the first week of the Iranian month of Tir (starting June 21) in cooperation with Kish Airlines.
Airbus' first deliveries to flag carrier Iran Air are due as early as July, said a minister adding that a deal to purchase 114 jets from the European company has been agreed.
Line 3 of the capital's subway is now the longest metro line in the entire Middle East.
The Deputy Industry Minister described the details of Iran’s new negotiations with France’s Peugeot over automobile parts manufacturing.
A senior official with Malaysia’s AirAsia X said on Saturday that direct flights to Tehran from Kuala Lumpur and Bangkok will be resumed, adding that they are going to be operated three times weekly.
Tehran Auto Show started work on Tuesday with several Iranian, European, and East Asian car manufacturers displaying their latest products.