News ID: 275856
Published: 0503 GMT October 23, 2020

Iran resumes flights to Europe after long halt over COVID-19 pandemic

Iran resumes flights to Europe after long halt over COVID-19 pandemic
IRNA

Iran’s national airliner, IranAir, has restarted its flights to England, France, Austria, Germany, and Italy after a halt over the coronavirus outbreak and are carried out on schedule.

Head of IranAir’s public relations office Hossein Jahani said on Friday that Iran flag carrier “has now about seven European routes in a scheduled and specific way,” IRNA reported.

He went on to say that, IranAir flights to Germany, Austria, Spain, England, France, and Italy are now operating on a normal basis.

IranAir’s flights to Rome in Italy, Karachi in Pakistan, Beirut in Lebanon, and Istanbul in Turkey, are going to be operated in the following months, Jahani added.

IranAir’s flight to Europe stopped in March 2019 due to the outbreak of the coronavirus.

 

   
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