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Aseman Airlines set to lease seven A320neo

Posted 14 February 2017 · Add Comment

Iran's Aseman Airlines is set to lease seven A320neo from an undisclosed Irish firm following the signing of an MOU between Iran's Civil Aviation Organization and the Irish Aviation Authority (IAA) in Tehran last week, reports ch-aviation.

According to a CAO.IRI statement issued after the signing ceremony, the cooperation agreement will see the IAA avail their Iranian counterparts technical expertise and assistance in the areas of flight operations management, airworthiness, and aircraft MRO. Once ratified, it will also simplify the means by which Iranian carriers can lease aircraft from Irish lessors by improving Iran's air safety oversight procedures.

CAO.IRI director, Reza Jafarzadeh, said Iran Aseman Airlines would be one of the country's first airlines to benefit from the deal whose specific details were not disclosed.

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