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Iran’ Minister of Roads, Urban Development Mohammad Eslami has headed for Ashgabat at the head of a high-ranking delegation.
For the first time in Iran, two women pilots have captained a flight, which took over 160 passengers from Tehran to Mashhad and brought almost the same number of people back to Tehran.
An Iranian official says around 3.3 million pilgrims have so far left the country to take part in the Arba’een march which is held every year on the fortieth day after Ashura on which Imam Hussein (AS) and his companions were martyred 14 centuries ago.
Tehran says representatives of the International Council on Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS) will do a field survey on Iran’s cross-country rail corridor in order to register it as the country’s first industrial heritage.
Car rental in Iran is one of those services that make transportation between the country’s cities much easier and also safer. It can be a great help especially for those who want to travel in Iran and start their journey from Tehran, the capital city.
Iran’s top aviation official says that major international airlines have been returning to skies south of the country after a brief hiatus caused by an Iran-US military escalation in the region.
A dozen air taxis will become operational in the skies over Iran by March 2020, an official said, stressing that the initiative was arranged in coordination with the country’s Civil Aviation Organization.
The number of planes flying over Iran’s airspace has not decreased despite growing tensions between Tehran and Washington over the past few months.