Transportation

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

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.

“Italy to invest 4bn Euros in Iranian Rail”

An Italian official said his country is to make four billion euros of investment in the Iranian railway sector.

Iranian oil tankers free to cross Panama Canal

Iran and Panama have reached agreement on Iranian tanker ships crossing the Panama Canal and to register vessels under Panamanian flag.

Persian Gulf-Black Sea Corridor to be Launched

The RMTO managing director has announced the final agreement for the creation of a Persian Gulf-Black Sea transport corridor.

Boeing Offers to Sell 3 New Aircraft Models to Iran: Official

US plane maker Boeing has proposed to sell new models of its 737, 777 and 787 aircraft to Iran and promised after-sales support, a top Iranian aviation official says. - See more at: http://en.alalam.ir/news/1807385#sthash.VJnhI2vQ.dpuf

High-speed train technology in Iran to be explored

Iran is going to hold a gathering to explore dimensions of high-speed train technology in the country.

UK ready to help development of Iran airport, aviation industry: Goodwill

UK is ready to help development of Iran airport and aviation industry, British Minister of State at the Department of Transport Robert Goodwill said on Sunday.

Chabahar best choice for transit of goods to Afghanistan

An Afghan official said here on Sunday that the port of Chabahar in this southeastern province is the best route for export of Iranian goods to Afghanistan.

Iran Dismisses Report on Building Canal Linking Caspian Sea to Persian Gulf

Iranian embassy in Russia rejected a recent report by Russia media on Tehran’s cooperation with Moscow on the construction of a major canal linking Caspian Sea, north of Iran, to Persian Gulf, south of the country.

1st Iranian Tanker in Post-Sanctions Setting calls at African Port

An Iranian oil tanker has called at an African port for the first time since the removal of US-led sanctions on Tehran's nuclear program, an official said.