• Sat / 18 July 2020 / 15:03
  • Category: Economy
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Return of international airlines to Iran

Return of international airlines to Iran

Tehran (ISNA) - Deputy Director of Iran Civil Organization for Aviation and International Affairs, Morteza Dehqan announced that international airlines have resumed and increased their flights to Iran.

Pointing to the strict plans to carry out the health protocols in Iran’s civil aviation industry to contain the spread of COVID-19, he said that careful and constant inspection of the airports and airlines is being conducted.

Dehqan noted that Tehran has held a series of negotiations with the European Union Aviation Safety Agency and a number of European countries to allay concerns about the safety of Iran’s airspace and assure them of security of the Iranian sky.

“The return of international airlines to the country after the crisis caused by the coronavirus is a sign of the positive measures and the security and safety of the Iranian airports and airspace,” he added.

His comments came after the EASA issued a warning on Thursday that civilian aircraft flying in Iranian airspace may be at risk for accidental targeting of the air defence, similar to the accidental shootdown of the Ukrainian plane in January.

Dehqan said the recent warning was not anything new and was a renewal of an advice of caution issued last year, extended until January 16, 2021.

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