Iran's official news agency IRNA has reported that Iran is set to order 114 commercial aircraft from Airbus. The announcement came following the official lifting of international trade sanctions on Iran. Iranian Minister of Roads and Urban Development Abbas Akhoundi was quoted by IRNA as saying that first deliveries from a selection of wide and narrowbody aircraft could start as early as July 2016. Iran has some 250 commercial aircraft on its books, but because of sanctions applied by ...

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