Transportation

Latest Transportation News in Iran – Shipping, road haulage, public transport, rail freight, aerospace and passenger travel are all covered in this section.

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.

Britain Exploring Joint Investments with Iran

A British organization called the Middle East Association came to Tehran Chamber of Commerce Industries Mines & Agriculture (TCCIMA) to explore joint fields of...

Japan Eyes Development of Iranian Port: Report

A new report says Japan seeks to play a part in the development of the southeastern Iranian port of Chabahar.

Afghan Minister: Afghan Commodities to Be Exported via Chabahar Port

The Economy Minister of Afghanistan said commodities and minerals from his country will be exported to different parts of the world through the strategic ocean port of Chabahar.

Iran to Spend Over $260m on Renewing Airport Equipment

An Iranian official announced that more than $260m will be spent within the next five years to renovate and upgrade airport radar equipment across Iran.

Plant-based motor oil introduced in Iran

An Iranian company has unveiled the country’s first generation of biodegradable engine oils.

Bombardier to Set Up Own Airline in Iran

Canada’s global aviation firm Bombardier is reportedly planning to launch its own airline in Iran – a groundbreaking move that could help boost air trips between Iran and Northern America.

Iran, France to Launch Aviation Training Schemes

Deputy Transport Minister Ali Abedzadeh said Iran and France have agreed to jointly launch aviation training schemes in Iran, including pilot and personnel training programs.

Veresk bridge in Mazandaran

The Veresk bridge, located in Veresk district of Savadkuh County in Mazandaran province, was mostly constructed by Austrians before World War II, under the leadership of an engineer named Walter Aigner.

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.