Iran Air Kicks Off Aircraft Replacement And Growth Cycle

Credit: Airbus
Iran Air famously still flies an Airbus A300B2 delivered on April 16, 1980, registered as EP-IBS. The aircraft is symbolic of the difficulties the airline faced in the Iran-sanctions era in terms of accessing more modern equipment. But now, almost 37 years later, EP-IBS is finally nearing retirement...

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