Iran Air's first Airbus A321 arrives Jan. 11 in Toulouse.
TOULOUSE—Iran Air sees significant geographic advantages for a hub airport in Teheran, Iran, compared with three Persian Gulf carriers’ hubs, but warns infrastructure delays will likely mean connecting traffic can only be developed slowly. “On connections from Europe to the Far East, we have an advantage of more than two hours compared to the Gulf carriers,” Iran Air Chairman and Managing Director Farhad Parvaresh said Jan. 11 here, referring to the longer flight ...
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