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Aseman looks to lease three B737s from TUI

Posted 20 February 2017 · Add Comment

Iran's Aseman Airlines is in talks with German carrier TUIfly over the proposed lease of three B737-800s, reports ch-aviation.

The contract being negotiated is for three years. No timeframes have been revealed although, should the contract be finalised, it will be Iran Aseman's first B737NextGen aircraft.

At present, it operates three A320-200s, one A340-300, six ATR72-200/500s, three B727-200s, two B737-400s, and nineteen Fokker 100s.

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