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Iran to repair 10 aircrafts after resuming import of spare parts following nuclear deal

Wednesday, 5 February 2014

Iran Air’s (national carrier)  executive director Farhad Parvaresh said that the embargo on the importation of aircraft spare parts to Iran were suspended following the Geneva deal. He said “Certainly, with the import ../../../../css/an Air_aircraft__which_were_left_idle_due_to_the_lack_of_spare_parts__will_become_operational.__8221_c0s328fru0korj5nahm5ra.css; Parvaresh added that the US Secretary of the Treasury has to issue permits to companies that want to sell aircraft parts to Iran, which will take between two weeks and two months. He said that companies have submitted their applications and are waiting for permits “Considering the deal, we hope that we will receive the spare parts we need for Iran Air aircraft,” The head of Iran Air also said that buying new aircraft is a priority for the company and the company considers increasing its flights during the Nowruz holidays inside the country and abroad. Parvaresh said that Iran air ” plan from one to two flights per week to the USA a lot of initial steps are required for flights from Iran to the USA. Air agreements between the two countries and coordination by the Foreign Ministry are initial steps. However, in any case, there is potential for that.”


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  • Published: 2 years ago on Wednesday, 5 February 2014
  • By: Iran Daily Brief
  • Last Modified: February 5, 2014 @ 11:53 am
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