News ID: 195269
Published: 0822 GMT June 22, 2017

Iran airliner sign deal to buy 45 Airbus planes

Iran airliner sign deal to buy 45 Airbus planes

Public Relations Manager of Iran Airtour Airlines Marziyeh Jafarzadeh said on Thursday that the Iranian airliner has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with a European company to purchase 45 airbuses to beef up its fleet.

After 18 month of intensive talks and conducting feasibility studies by experts, the European company agreed to sell 45 airbus A320 NEO family series, including A318, A319, A320 and A321 with a diverse capacity from 100 to 240 seats, Jafarzadeh said, according to IRNA.

The purchased planes will join the Iranian airliner’s fleet gradually, she added.

Worth 4.5 billion Euros, the MoU was singed in France by the high-ranking officials of the two sides.

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