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Iran Air outlines proposed A321 operations

Posted 20 January 2017 · Add Comment

Iran Air has outlined its proposed A321-200 operations following the arrival of its maiden aircraft from Airbus last week, reports ch-aviation.

Effective January 21, the twin-jet will be gradually deployed on scheduled flights from Tehran Mehrabad to each of Abadan, Ahwaz, Bandar Abbas, Bushehr, Kermanshah, Mashad, Tabriz, and Zahedan.

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