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Iran Aseman Airlines
IATA
EP
ICAO
IRC
Callsign
ASEMAN
Founded 1980
Hubs Mehrabad International Airport
Imam Khomeini International Airport
Secondary hubs Mashhad International Airport
Shiraz International Airport
Focus cities Tabriz
Ahwaz
Rasht
Fleet size 33
Destinations 46
Company slogan We Guarantee Your Safety in The Sky
Parent company Iranian Civil Pension Fund Investment Company
Headquarters Tehran, Iran
Key people Ali Abedzadeh (Chairman)
Website www.iaa.ir, www.asemanbooking.com

Iran Aseman Airlines (Persian: هواپیمایی آسمان) is an airline based in Tehran, Iran, Operates air taxi services and scheduled domestic and regional flights to the Persian Gulf area, as well as charter services. Its main bases are Tehran's Airports, Dubai International Airport, with hubs at Shiraz International Airport and Mashhad International Airport.[1]

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History

The airline was established and started operations in 1980. It is owned by Iranian Civil Pension Fund Investment Company and is in the process of privatisation. It has 1,298 employees (at March 2007).[1]

Fleet

The Iran Aseman Airlines fleet includes the following aircraft (at February 2008):

Iran Aseman Airlines is the only airline in existence currently operating an active example of the Fairchild Hiller FH-227.

Destinations

Iran Aseman Airlines operates the following services (as of July 2009):[2]

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Terminated destinations

  • Afghanistan - Kabul
  • Iraq - Najaf
  • Oman - Muscat
  • Pakistan - Quetta
  • Turkmenistan - Ashgabat

E-booking Service

This is a modern technology in Aseman Airlines. People can book flights and pay by credit card easily. The site of this service is Aseman ebooking System WebSite.

Flight 6895

On 24 August 2008 a Boeing 737, a charter flight operated on behalf of Iran Aseman Airlines, crashed near Manas International Airport near Bishkek, the capital city of Kyrgyzstan. The aircraft was owned and operated by Itek Air (a Kyrgyz company). Seventy one people were killed and 24 people survived the crash.

See also

References

  1. ^ a b "Directory: World Airlines". Flight International: p. 94. 2007-04-03.  
  2. ^ Route map. Iran Aseman Airlines. Retrieved 16 July 2009.

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