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Iranian airline gets nod to operate on Muscat sector

19 Dec 2019

Oman has granted permission to the Iranian airline Taban to fly two flights a week between Muscat and the cities of Isfahan and Lar from January 4, 2020.  

The Public Authority for Civil Aviation (PACA) in a statement said, ‘The authority has issued its consent to the operation of Taban Airline for two weekly flights between Muscat and the cities of Isfahan and Lar with effect from January 4, 2020.’  

Just last month, PACA had granted approval to Iran’s Qeshm Air to operate seven weekly flights to Sohar Airport.  

The carrier operates scheduled services from its main base at Mashad International Airport with secondary bases at Isfahan International Airport and Mehrabad International Airport. Taban Air operates a mixed fleet of narrowbody planes on domestic and international services. Isfahan is one of the most beautiful cities in Iran and famous for its architecture and tiled mosques.  

Lar is the capital of Larestan County in the Fars Province of Iran. In a statement issued in November, PACA had approved Qeshm Air to fly seven weekly flights from Sohar Airport – two flights from Isfahan, three flights from Shiraz, one from Mashhad and Ahvaz each.  

 

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