The Islamic Republic of Iran voices readiness to cooperate with new aviation companies, as the country braces for redoubled effort and work in the new Iranian year (started March 21).
“With the equipment and facilities available at the airports (across the country), we are ready to receive new firms,” Mohsen Esmaeli, the Managing Director of Iran Airports Company, told IRNA news agency on Monday.
He also added that a “safe flight” requires advanced radar and navigation systems in the air and on the ground, which should be supported by the Company.
“The Company’s services in managing safe flights comply with international standards,” noted the official, adding that there is still some way to go until the true realization of satisfactory flights for passengers.
Esmaeli said some 1,000 domestic and 180-190 international flights were recorded each day during this year’s Nowruz holidays.
The figures show a massive increase in comparison with the same period last year.