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Iran Air Increases Flights to Istanbul

Iran’s flag carrier Iran Air, also known as ‘Homa’, has increased the number of weekly flights from Tehran to Istanbul in Turkey from four to seven, the Ministry of Roads and Urban Development's news service reported.

The flights will be operated on all weekdays. 

Tehran-Istanbul flights will leave Tehran at 12:55 and land at 15:55 local time in Istanbul.

Return flights will leave Istanbul at 16:40 local time and land at 20:15 in Tehran's Imam Khomeini International Airport.

News No: 7101
Date: 2019/11/02 - 17:15
News Source: Financial Tribune

Iran Air  Istanbul  Homa  flag  Road 

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