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Obama lifts ban on aircraft sale to Iran

US President Barack Obama has lifted a decades-old ban on the export of civilian passenger aircraft to Iran as Tehran prepares to see sanctions relief.
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Iran awards IKIA deal to Dutch firm NACO

NACO will be in charge of providing consulting services for the development of Phase 1 of IKIA Airport Town for a period of five years.
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Iran probes jumbo jet engine break-off

The mid-air horror ended after the aircraft with 426 passengers and crew on board safely landed at Tehran’s Mehrabad Airport .
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President Rouhani on hand for opening of subway line (PHOTOS)

Line 3 of the capital's subway is now the longest metro line in the entire Middle East.
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Iran eyes Japan help for bullet trains

The deputy transportation minister has said that given Japan's experience in launching high-speed trains, Tehran is interested in cooperation with Tokyo.
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Tehran in Talks with Moscow to Purchase Sukhoi Superjet 100

The vice-president for science and technology has said that Iran and Russia are to sign a deal to boost mutual cooperation in various areas of science and technology.

Iran warns Greek airline to remove Tel Aviv from Tehran office’s destinations list

In a written warning, the Civil Aviation Organization cautioned Greece's Aegean Airline to remove the fake name of Tel Aviv from its online sales system, said Rahimi.

Pilot error, plane weight main causes of Iran-140 crash: CAO

The pilot’s performance, malfunctioning of the engines' control system, and breaching the maximum takeoff weight were the main reasons behind the crash of an Iran-140 airplane.

France’s ADPI to invest in Iran airport projects

France’s ADPI Group is in talks with Iranian officials over the expansion of Tehran’s Imam Khomeini International Airport as well as the development of Mashhad and Shiraz airports, said a CAO official.

Iranian trains won’t cross Turkey’s border unless security is guaranteed

The security problems railroad travel is exposed to in Turkey are far from settled, the managing director of the Islamic Republic of Iran Railways said.

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