TEHRAN, Oct. 24 (MNA) – Iran’s national flag carrier, IranAir, is currently operating all flights to the European destinations on schedule after the routes were disrupted for months due to the coronavirus pandemic.
National flag carrier Iran Air will resume direct flights from Tehran to the destinations in Europe under COVID-19 aviation health safety protocols.
Iran’s National Flag Carrier, Iran Air, will resume its first foreign flight in the post-coronavirus period on Thursday.
Airlines and countries are continuing to restrict travel following the spread of the novel coronavirus outside the borders of Chinese territory.
Iran Air has restored its flights to European destinations days after the continent imposed restrictions on Iran’s flag carrier due to coronavirus outbreak in Iran.
In a statement on Tuesday, the Airline of the Islamic Republic of Iran (Iran Air), announced that it will resume its flights to Europe after a 48-hour interval.
Iran’s main airline, Iran Air, launched three new flight routes to the Qatari capital Doha amid a boom in bilateral relations.
Iran’s flag carrier Iran Air will resume direct flights to the Italian capital Rome on February 3.
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