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  • EghtesadOnline: Minister of Road and Urban Development Abbas Akhoundi said on Thursday that an Airbus A330, the third of the 200 planes Iran has purchased from the French aircraft manufacturer, will land in Iran early next week.

  • EghtesadOnline: Managing Director of national flag-carrier Airline “Iran Air” Farhad Parvaresh said on Saturday that the third plane of Airbus-330 is to enter the country on March 19 or 20.

  • EghtesadOnline: The second aircraft bought from the French company “Airbus Group” officially landed in Mehrabad airport on Saturday to join Iran Air’s fleet.

  • EghtesadOnline: Iran is going to receive its second Airbus airliner of the post-JCPOA era on March 11.

  • EghtesadOnline: The deals for 80 Boeing jets and 100 from Europe’s Airbus struck last year are seen by western investors as a crucial test, as they seek business in Iran in the wake of the nuclear deal that led to the lifting of most sanctions.

  • EghtesadOnline: Minister of Road and Urban Development, Abbas Akhundi, announced on Tuesday that two other Airbus planes are to join Iran’s air fleet in four weeks.

  • EghtesadOnline: A Republican congressman has introduced legislation in the new US Congress that could complicate Boeing and Airbus sales to Iran Air, made possible by a multinational nuclear agreement signed in July 2015.

  • EghtesadOnline: After an Airbus A321 airliner landed in Tehran’s Mehrabad Airport on January 12, a ceremony was held to mark the occasion.

  • EghtesadOnline: Airbus Group plans to test a prototype for a self-piloted flying car as a way of avoiding gridlock on city roads by the end of the year, the aerospace group's chief executive said on Monday.

  • EghtesadOnline: Over the past two decades, Airbus and Boeing have traded the crown in the annual orders race and it was usually clear who had bragging rights in the fiercely competitive $120 billion annual jet market.