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Iran’s Int’l Flights Grow 64%

The number of international flights of the Islamic Republic of Iran’s airlines in the Iranian month of Mordad (July 22 to August 21) has increased 64% compared to the previous month.

The airlines of the Islamic Republic of Iran carried 177,511 people on domestic routes and 141, 44 people on international routes in the month of Mordad, showing 37% and 30% growth respectively.

The national carrier, Iran Air, also had a growth of 26% in Mordad compared to the previous month by carrying 2.216mln tons of cargo.

The total number of flights of the Islamic Republic of Iran Airlines in Mordad was 2,938 sorties, 13% higher than the previous month.

374 international flights were carried out by the Islamic Republic of Iran airlines in Mordad, showing a 64% increase compared to the previous month.

Meantime, Reports said in September that the number of foreign flights passing through the Iranian airspace had increased in the past few months amid the coronavirus outbreak in the world.

Figures and data provided by the Iran Airports Company show that the number of passenger and cargo flights passing via the country’s sky has grown in the fifth month of the current Iranian year (July 22-August 21) and increased to 8,431 flights compared with the previous month.

The number of passing flights in the fourth month on the Iranian calendar stood at 7,295.

Foreign states have resumed their flights via Iran’s airspace after a halt due to the outbreak of coronavirus.

News No: 9966
Date: 2020/10/07 - 21:33
News Source: Fars News

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