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The Airline of the Islamic Republic of Iran (Persian: ?????? ?????? ?????? ????????? ?????? ??????, trans. Jomhuriye Eslâmiye Irân), is the Iranian flags based on the premises of Mehrabad Airport in Tehran. The major Iran Air base is Imam Khomeini International Airport and Mehrabad Airport, both in Tehran, the Iranian city.
In the country, Iran Air is generally known as Homa, which is the name of a mythic Iranian Griffin, and also the Iran National Airlines abbreviation in Iran. 1965 Iran Air received its first airliner, the Boeing 707 and the Boeing 727-100, followed by the Boeing 737-200 1971, the Boeing 727-200 1974 and three versions of the Boeing 747 (747-100, -200 and SP) from 1978-1979.
In the mid 1970s Iran Air served European air destinations with non-stop and one-stop services, with over 30 weekly services to London alone. The Tehran - New York City line was opened on 29 May 1971 with a Boeing 707, which made a stopover at London Heathrow Airport. Soon thereafter, the airline expanded the airline's services into a non-stop Boeing 747SP connection, making Iran Air the second airline in the Near East after El Al to provide a non-stop New York connection.
Iran Air established a new global long range nonstop speed and range recording of 12 h 15 min, 9,867 km - 6,131 mi - 5,328 nm. The company purchased six Airbus A300s in 1978 for use on its national and heavily frequented local flights.
Until the end of the year, Iran Air served 31 intercontinental routes from New York City to Beijing and Tokyo. The plan was for long-haul Boeing 747SPs to fly directly to Los Angeles and Sydney. That would have enabled Iran Air to use Tehran as a stopover between East and West because of its favourable geographic position.
At the end of the 70s, Iran Air was the most rapidly expanding carrier in the global economy and one of the most lucrative. Until 1976 Iran Air was the second-largest carrier in the word after Qantas, as it has been accident-free for at least ten years. Despite both carriers being accident-free, Iran Air came second only because of fewer flight times than Qantas.
Previously, on December 25, 1952, a deadly crash killed 27 of the 29 people aboard when their Douglas DC-3 landed. The European Commission will banning Iran Air's entire Airbus A320, Boeing 727 and Boeing 747 fleets from the EU for security reasons was unveiled on 6 July 2010.
40 ] This step was a heavy strike for Iran Air, which restricted its own planes flying to Europe. Iran Air was notified that it had to terminate the order for Boeing airplanes due to Donald Trump's announcement to impose penalties on Iran, but it was nevertheless notified that Iran Air will continue to receive ATR airplanes.
Whether Airbus aircrafts will still be shipped is not yet known. Every plane shipped to Iran Air must be shipped within 90 to 180 days of the start of the sanction. IATA Air operates flights to Iran, India, the Middle East and Europe. The following planes have already been deployed by Iran Air:
Iran Air Fleet Details and History". planespotters.net. Accessed April 24, 2015. Iranian Chamber of Commerce. Accessed April 24, 2015. Accessed March 17, 2017. Iran Air - Offical website of Iran Air "Homa" in Scandinavia. iranair.se. April 13, 1961. p. 503. Accessed January 15, 2017. Boeing 747SP Production List. planespotters.net.
ab Zhang, Benjamin (January 29, 2016). "25 billion in jet sales to Iran, of which a doze A380." Accessed February 4, 2016. Iran Air CEO talks about new Airbus and Boeing orders - "Airways Magazine". January 12, 2017. Airbus and Boeing save Iran from a major issue.
Iran forbids Tu-154 flights. Iran prohibits Russia's Tu-154 aircraft. Iran Air s'éloigne de Tupolev vers Boeing". Old humbucker jets are part of the Iranian airline's classic car fleets' problems. Iran Air Flight Details and Story. m. planespotters.net. Great Britain, Germany and the UAE are refusing to fuel Iranian aircraft.
Accessed April 24, 2015. Iran says that its airliners were not allowed to fly abroad". Accessed April 24, 2015. Accessed April 24, 2015. Iran dismisses the assertion that aircraft were not allowed to use it. Accessed April 24, 2015. "The EU's latest black list prohibits Iran Air A320 and 747". Accessed April 24, 2015. EU to impose a grounding order on Iran Air.
Accessed April 24, 2015. Iran Air is stopping refueling in EX-YU. The EX-YU Aviation News. Iran Air ends Belgrade shutdown. The EX-YU Aviation News. Manston International is suspending refueling of Iran Air services. Accessed February 4, 2016. Bar on the sale of airliners to Iran has been lifted. Accessed June 25, 2016.
Accessed June 25, 2016. CAPA Iran Aviation Summit opens up great chances with some great challanges in Tehran. Motevalli, Golnar; Camel, Deena (January 25, 2016). "Irans Air sees 20 regional jets as bombers pitching." Accessed January 25, 2016. New Iran penalties will destroy billion of jets sold.
The Boeing is ready". The EU is sticking to atomic agreements and concentrating on trading with Iran. Iran's fleeting face". "Irans Airline Review. Iran Air. www.worldairroutes.com. April 7, 2014. Iran Air Deals, Iran Air News, Iran Air Valuations and Valuations, Images. Locate Iran Air Deals on Vayama". vayama.us.
Accessed January 6, 2017. Profil on Iran Air. The CAPA Center for Aviation. Retracted 2016-10-31. Iran Air Flight Details and Histories. January 14, 2017. Archives from the orginal on 28 March 2017. Accessed January 15, 2017. Twelve Fokker 100s are contained in the pool table.
Airbus A 300B2 Production List". planespotters.net. Airbus Orders and Deliveries (XLS), accessible via "Orders & Deliveries". Airbus. Released January 17, 2017. Iran has taken over its first Airbus 321 passenger aircraft. January 11, 2017. Released January 11, 2017. Andreas Spaeth (January 12, 2017).
Iran Air CEO on new Airbus and Boeing orders". Accessed January 17, 2017. Iran Air will receive its first A330-200 as part of the A330-200 naval upgrading. Airbus. March 10, 2017. April 10, 2017. Retracted 2017-12-31. Airbus' entire jet liner business has been selected by Iran Air for its modernisation of its fleet" (press release). Airbus.
January 28, 2016. Accessed June 25, 2016. Iran Air's order for its air transport fleets sends out a signal of serious intentions for the airline sector in Iran. Center for Aeronautics. Accessed June 25, 2016. Iran Air and Airbus sign historical order for aircraft" (press release). Airbus. Accessed December 22, 2016. A Look Inside Iran Air's latest A321 and A330-200 aircraft".
Iran Air expects new A330 delivery. January 28, 2017. Iran Air is receiving its second A330. March 25, 2017. The Iranian jet liner agreement could take longer," says Airbus. January 15, 2018. Chini, Amin (March 9, 2017). Iransair could buy Boeing aircraft, but every business faces hurdles". euroonews.
Retracted 2016-06-09. "The Boeing signs a contract to divest jetliners to Iran's state carrier." Accessed June 25, 2016 - via the Wall Street Journal. Boeing, Iran Air announces agreement for 80 aircraft" (press release). Boeing. Released December 11, 2016. First Iran plane deliveries now due 2019 - Muilenburg". ch-aviation.
April 27, 2018. Boeing says it will not supply any planes to Iran". deutsch.alarabiya.net. Retracted 2018-06-06. Accessed January 15, 2017. Accessed January 15, 2017. Iran Airtour Airline. iat. aero. Retracted 2016-12-27. Retracted 2016-12-27. Accident report for Douglas C-47B-20-DK (DC-3) EP-ACI at the Aviation Safety Network. Retracted on January 11, 2017.
ab Accident report for Douglas C-47A-30-DL (DC-3) EP-AAG at the Aviation Safety Network. Retracted on December 28, 2016. Accident report for Douglas C-47A-25-DK (DC-3) EP-AAJ at the Aviation Safety Network. Retracted on January 11, 2017. ab Accident report for Douglas C-47A-35-DL (DC-3) EP-ACJ at the Aviation Safety Network.
Retracted on January 4, 2017. Accident report for Douglas C-47A-20-DK (DC-3) EP-ACV at the Aviation Safety Network. Retracted on January 11, 2017. Accident report for Douglas C-47A-20-DL (DC-3) EP-ACL at the Aviation Safety Network. Retracted on January 11, 2017. Accident report for Douglas DC-4 EP-ADK at the Aviation Safety Network.
Retracted on January 11, 2017. Accident report for Avro 685 York C.1 EP-ADA at the Aviation Safety Network. Retracted on January 11, 2017. Accident report for Avro 685 York C.1 EP-ADB at the Aviation Safety Network. Retracted on January 11, 2017. Accident report for Avro 685 York C.1 EP-ADE at the Aviation Safety Network.
Retracted on January 11, 2017. Iran Air Events. Network for flight safety. in the Flight Safety Foundation. Released January 11, 2017. Accident report for Boeing 727-86 EP-IRD at the Aviation Safety Network. Retracted on December 28, 2016. Aérial Incident of July 3, 1988 (Islamic Republic of Iran v United States of America) - Islamic submission:
Describe the crash for Iran Air Boeing 727-286 EP-IRU at the Aviation Safety Network. Retracted on January 4, 2017. Iran Air aircraft slipping off the airstrip, passenger safety. Retracted 2008-01-05. Describe the crash. Network for flight safety. Accessed November 20, 2009. Unknown accident: Isfahan, Iran Air F100 on January 15, 2010, nosewheel collapses during landing".
The Aviation Herald. Accessed January 17, 2010. Iran passenger plane "crashes" at Orumiyeh". Accessed January 9, 2010. Iran Air Force Alice landing without nosewheel (VIDEO)". Accessed June 25, 2016.