Iran Air Chief Joins IATA Board
Economy, Domestic Economy

Iran Air Chief Joins IATA Board

Iran Air CEO Farhad Parvaresh has been appointed as a member of the board of governors at the International Air Transport Association. This is the first time an Iranian official has been acceded to the association since the 1979 Islamic Revolution, IRNA announced on Friday. The designation was decided during IATA’s 73rd Annual General Meeting held in Cancun, Mexico, on June 4-6. The event was hosted by Aeromexico. IATA is a trade association for world airlines, representing about 275 carriers accounting for 83% of total global air traffic. It has been led by Alexandre de Juniac, its director general and CEO, since September 2016.

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