Russia and Iran agreed to increase the number of flights to 35 per week

The Iranian Civil Aviation Organization said that Moscow and Tehran have signed a memorandum of understanding to increase the number of passenger flights to 35 flights per week.

The representative of the Iranian organization Mir Akbar Razavi said that the head of the organization, Mohammad Mohammadi Bakhsh, and the Deputy Minister of Transport of Russia, “discussed ways to expand bilateral relations during the meeting. During the meeting, a memorandum of understanding was signed.

He explained that the memorandum of understanding provides for an increase in passenger flights to 35 flights per week, as well as allowing the airlines of the two countries to operate cargo flights without capacity restrictions.

He added that a decision was made to sign a memorandum of cooperation to ensure the possibility of exporting parts and equipment manufactured in Iran to Russia, as well as carrying out maintenance work on Russian aircraft by repair shops in the country.

Source: Iranian media

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