Ship trade

Sanctions-hit Iran ports come back to life

International shipping lines are stepping up port calls to Iran as the country’s massive maritime trade sector is emerging from sanctions.
German flight

German no-frills airline to launch direct flights to Iran

German budget airlines Germania will have twice-a-week direct flights from Berlin and Dusseldorf to Tehran, in addition to a once-a-week direct flight from Hamburg to Mashhad.
airplane

Iran’s changed flight routes benefit neighboring countries

Foreign companies are willing to sell their air navigation products to Iran following nuclear talks between Tehran and P5+1.
Iran-Kyrgyzstan flight

Envoy Calls for Resumption of Direct Bishkek-Mashhad Flights

"There is no obstacle to the development of mutual cooperation between Iran and Kyrgyzstan," President Rouhani said in a meeting with Kyrgyzstan's ambassador to Tehran.
airlines in Iran

The heavens of Iran to become the heaven of flights amid hellacious conflicts

Foreign Airlines are willing to make a comeback to Iran’s sky which offers solace to airlines flying away from war-torn areas.
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.
Afghanistan Transit

A look at transit and customs problems in Afghanistan

Iran’s access to high seas means it can perform better than Turkey and Pakistan in helping foster Afghanistan’s trade ties with the rest of the world.
Iran planes

Air accidents in the court of public opinion

A look at how NGOs can contribute to efforts to win back the lost public trust in Iran’s aviation industry.
Iran-Qom's monorail

Official: China Willing to Invest in Qom’s Monorail, Airport Projects

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.
Iran Ready to Train Foreign Air Traffic Controllers

Iran Ready to Train Foreign Air Traffic Controllers

Iran is ready to offer standard training courses on working with radars to the air traffic controllers from other countries, Ebrahim Shoushtari, Deputy CEO for Aeronautical Operations at Iran Airports Company (IAC) announced on Sunday.

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