Iran Air expects to take delivery of its first new Boeing 777-300ER in April 2018, chairman and MD Farhad Parvaresh told ATW at the IATA AGM in Cancun. In December 2016, Boeing firmed a memorandum of agreement with Iran Air announced earlier that year for 50 narrowbody and 30 widebody aircraft in a deal valued at $16.6 billion at list prices. “We also hope to add two more Airbus A320s to our fleet this year,” Parvaresh said. In January, Iran Air took delivery of its first new ...

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