A Meraj Airlines Airbus A320 on whose nose the image of an Asiatic cheetah has been painted has taken to the sky for the first time.
The director of the Iranian Cheetah Society said that a Meraj Airlines Airbus A320 on whose nose the image of an Asiatic cheetah has been painted has taken to the sky for the first time.
Morteza Eslami further said, “The aircraft belonging to Meraj Airlines left Tehran for Mashhad at 8 a.m. on Sunday,” adding that planes bearing images of the endangered big cat are to be used on domestic flights.
He thanked the airlines for its valuable measure and said, “Since winter, Meraj Airlines has launched cultural and educational cooperation with the society in a bid to honor its social obligations.
Meraj Airlines has also published articles and photos of Asiatic cheetahs and Iran’s wildlife in a number of its in-flight magazines to raise public awareness.”