List of Iranian Airlines


List of Iranian Airlines

Iran has several private and public airline companies in operation. The oldest is the Iranian Airways Company, founded in 1944 (known as Iran Air since 1961).Here is list of Airlines in Iran and their Fleets : 

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ATA Airlines

Base: Tabriz International

Not to be confused with the defunct American Trans Air, ATA Airlines is a regional operator whose network includes domestic flights and international services to the likes of Azerbaijan, Georgia, Pakistan and Turkey.

Fleet: Airbus A320, Boeing 737-300, 737-500, Embraer ERJ-145, McDonnell Douglas MD-83

Caspian Airlines

Base: Tehran Imam Khomeini, Tehran Mehrabad

Caspian Airlines flies domestically, and to Iraq, Turkey and Dubai, with a fleet of Boeing 737 and MD-80 aircraft which were sourced to replace older types. The airline is still under US sanctions and therefore unable to modernise further.

Fleet: Boeing 737-400, 747-100F, McDonnell Douglas MD-82, MD-83

Iran Air

Bases: Tehran Imam Khomeini, Tehran Mehrabad

The national carrier has the country’s largest fleet. It operates a significant domestic and international network, with some modernization taking place recently.

The airline’s Boeing 747SPs have finally been retired, and newer A330s are being used on the prestigious international routes. Nevertheless, some older types still soldier on.

Fleet: Airbus A300B2, A300B4-200, A300B4-600, A310-300, A320, A321SL, A330-200, ATR72-600, Fokker 10

Kish Air

Base: Kish Island, Tehran Mehrabad

Formed as an operator to the tourist island of Kish, this airline has grown into a major domestic operator with most of its flights originating in Tehran. It has operated a varied and interesting fleet of Western and Soviet types over the years, but has acquired a relatively modern set of aircraft today.

Fleet: Airbus A320, A321, Boeing 737-500, Fokker 100, McDonnell Douglas MD-82, MD-83

Mahan Air

Bases: Tehran Imam Khomeini

Iran’s second largest carrier, and another with a significant international network. Mahan Air has been operating a number of unusual and interesting types, including classic Boeing 747-300s and former Virgin Atlantic Airbus A340-600s.

Fleet: Airbus A300B2, A300B4-600, A310-300, A340-300, A340-600, Boeing 747-300, British Aerospace BAe 146, Avro RJ85, RJ100

Meraj Airlines

Bases: Tehran Imam Khomeini, Tehran Mehrabad

A private operator which is still under sanctions from the European Union and United States. Nevertheless, it has acquired a fleet of Airbus types through secondary sources. Its Airbus A300s wear a spectacular livery.

Fleet: Airbus A300B4-600, A320, A321, A340-400

Qeshm Airlines

Base: Qeshm Island, Tehran Mehrabad

Another of the many primarily domestic airlines in Iran. Qeshm Air previously operated Soviet types like the Tupolev Tu-154 and Yakovlev Yak-42. As a charter as well as scheduled operator, Qeshm’s aircraft can often be found in European airports.

Fleet: Airbus A300B4-600, A320, Avro RJ85, RJ100, Boeing 747-200F, Fokker 100

Sepehran Airlines

Base: Shiraz

Founded as recently as 2017, Sepehran flies domestic routes mostly with Boeing 737 aircraft out of its base in Shiraz. It has plans to grow as more of the aircraft become available, subject to sanctions.

Fleet: Boeing 737-300, 737-500, Dorner 328JET

Taban Air

Base: Mashhad International

One of Iran’s smaller airlines, operating domestic routes, as well as flights into Armenia, Georgia, Iraq, Pakistan, and to Dubai in the UAE.

Fleet: Airbus A310-300, Avro RJ85, Boeing 737-400, McDonnell Douglas MD-88

Zagros Airlines

Base: Abadan International, Tehran Mehrabad

Zagros was formed in 2005 and flies medium-haul aircraft on flights around the region, as well as on domestic routes.

Fleet: Airbus A319, A320, A321, McDonnell Douglas MD-82, MD-83

Saha Air

Base: Tehran Imam Khomeini

This airline was once the hero of the aviation enthusiast community as the last operator of the Boeing 707 in regular passenger service. However, since this era came to an end in 2013 the airline has somewhat faded. It is a subsidiary of (and operated by) the Islamic Republic of Iran Air Force.

Fleet: Boeing 737-300

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