IranAir Office Ankara
فروش بلیط هواپیما به ایران و تمام نقاط دنیا با ارزانترین قیمت
0090 533 471 9212 تلفن تماس موبایل
Tel: 0090 312 427 8418 / 19 –
0090 312 468 1504
Fax: 0090 312 427 8420
WhatsApp & Telegram :
0090 533 471 9212
Our hotels are well comprehensive including refrigerator, television and cooling systems. Our hotel’s are near to American, Canadian and European Embassies.
Our prices include breakfast.
Hotel reservation can be made by sending E-mail: email@example.com
All hotels are 200 meters away from the American Embassy.
All your packages are under insurance of the agency throughout the way.
Your packages (small or big) are under insurance through out the way.
(At low prices for your every packet)
From Tehran to Ankara Wednesday and Sunday Departure 17:00, Arrival 19:25
A Brief History of Air Transportation in Iran
This small, but historical mishap was, in fact, the turning point and a stepping stone of commercial air transportation in Iran. Thus, travel trade of the country was placed totally under a spotlight by international airlines that went on to survey the requirements of the area. In 1929, Imperial Airways, the name of which later changed to B.O.A.C. and recently to British Airways, became the first international airline to start servicing to Iran. On its way flying from London to the Far East, it made stops in Bushehr and Bandar-e-Lengeh, manoeuvring undisputedly to capture the whole market of the country. KLM-Royal Dutch Airlines- flying from Amsterdam to Jakarta was the second airline set out towards Iran and made step-over in Bushehr, enjoying the air market of the country and transporting all passengers to South east Asia and to Europe on its return flight.
The company also succeeded to carry over 11,000 passengers in 1946 which was quite an eye catching achievement compared with other world airlines during the short period after the World War II. It was of course a praise-worthy achievement of French and Iranian engineers, who started gradually remodelling and reconfiguring these military aircraft into passengers planes. Thus Iranian Airways, the name of which, in international aviation circle, was changed to “Iran Air”, started its scheduled flight, initially flying from Tehran to Mashahd. Thus Iranian Airways, the name of which, in international aviation circle, was changed to “Iran Air”, started its scheduled flight, initially flying from Tehran to Mashahd.