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5 New ATRs to Land  in Mehrabad Airport
5 New ATRs to Land  in Mehrabad Airport
Sunday, August 05, 2018

5 New ATRs to Land in Tehran's Mehrabad Airport

Sunday, August 05, 2018

5 New ATRs to Land in Tehran's Mehrabad Airport

Five new ATR planes are expected to land in Tehran’s Mehrabad International Airport on Sunday 9:00 local time.

The landing, which is taking place hours before the deadline for the reimposition of the first round of US sanctions against Iran, comes after Iran Air took delivery of five ATR 72-600 turboprops on Saturday, the Iranian flag carrier airline’s public relations told Financial Tribune.

Following the new deliveries, Iran Air has received a total of 13 ATR aircraft, as part of its post-sanctions order from the Franco-Italian firm for 20+20 jets. 
The flag carrier has also received three brand new jets from Airbus to date. 
 

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