Accommodating Airbus A380
Economy, Domestic Economy

Accommodating Airbus A380

Director General of Imam Khomeini International Airport Hamid Reza Seyyedi said it will take the airport six months to prepare the infrastructure for Iran Air’s newly-purchased Airbus A380s. According to Seyyedi, the airport will need to widen its taxiway and redesign its apron before it can accommodate the wide-body aircraft. Iran Air Chairman Farhad Parvaresh said the ordered jets will be delivered no sooner than 2020, News.mrud.ir reported. Airbus A380 is part of a list of 118 planes Iran purchased from the French planemaker based on a contract worth $27 billion.

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