Airbus plane in Iran

Iran’s second purchased Airbus lands in Tehran Saturday

IRNA – Iran receives the second plane purchased from the European giant aircraft maker Airbus this Saturday following a landmark nuclear deal reached between Tehran and the six world powers.

The plane would leave the French Toulouse Airport to Tehran’s Mehrabad International Airport on March 11, according to Iran Air, the Airline of the Islamic Republic of Iran.

On Jan 12, Iran’s first purchased Airbus ‘A321’ in the post-sanction era landed in Mehrabad International Airport.

According to the contracts between the country’s flag-carrier airline-Iran Air and world big plane manufactureres, Iran Air is to receive 200 new planes, 100 of which will be purchased from Airbus and 80 from Boeing.