Iranian security officials inspect the site of a passenger plane crash at the Mehrabad airport in Tehran, Iran on Aug. 10.
All IrAn-140s have been grounded following the crash of a Sepahan Airlines aircraft on Sunday in Tehran that killed at least 39 people, according to Head of Civil Aviation Organization of Iran Alireza Jahangirian. He quoted Fars News Agency, which reported the order to suspend flights had come from Iranian president Hassan Rouhani while an investigation takes place. Investigators from Iran’s civil aviation regulator have retrieved the flight data recorder and cockpit voice recorder, ...
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