Airlines

Flydubai to resume flights to Tehran

The “flydubai”, legally named Dubai Aviation Corporation, is scheduled to resume its Iran services as coronavirus-related restrictions are being eased across the globe.

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Iran’s domestic air travel declines 73% amid coronavirus

Iran registered a total of 23,223 takeoffs and landings during the first two months of the current Iranian year (March 20-May 20), which indicates a 62% decline compared with the similar period of last year. More than 2.02 million passengers were also transported during the same period, indicating a 73% YOY decline.

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Coronavirus grounds 90 percent of Iranian flights

Iranian airlines have cancelled nearly 90 percent of their flights planned for a holiday season after the novel coronavirus pandemic caused many travelers to stay at home.

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Iran Air resumes flights from Tehran to Gothenburg

Iran Air has resumed flights to Sweden’s second largest city, Gothenburg, following resumption of its flights to the capital city of Stockholm.

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Iran Air launches new flight routes from south Iran to Qatar

Iran’s flag carrier Iran Air has launched three new flight routes to Qatar amid a boom in bilateral relations that has helped trade flourish between the two countries.

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Iran launches new Tehran-Dushanbe-Bishkek flight routes

A flight route from Iranian capital Tehran to Tajikistan’s capital Dushanbe and then to Kyrgyzstan’s capital Bishkek was launched on Monday by Iran’s Varesh Airline, Iran’s Embassy in Tajikistan has announced.

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Sweden gives Iran Air green light to resume flights

Iran’s flag carrier has been given the green light by Swedish Transport Agency to resume operating flights to two Swedish cities, namely Stockholm and Gothenburg, after a three-week haul.

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EASA withdraws alert for Iran overflights

A European civil aviation safety group has withdrawn its advisory for flights over the Iranian airspace in the wake of a military face-off between Iran and the United States.

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It is safe to fly over Iran and Iraq: KLM

Dutch flag carrier the KLM has announced it is resuming flights through the Iranian and Iraqi airspace following an interim halt that was caused by soaring military tensions in the Middle East region.

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Persian Gulf airliners continue using Iran’s airspace

Qatar Airways, Emirates and several other Persian Gulf airlines still fly in Iranian and Iraqi airspace and to cities in both countries since Iran and the United States traded military strikes.

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