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Iran Air will carry on scheduled flights to EU

April 1- Iran Air will continue its services to European Union countries as there are no real restrictions imposed on its flight operations, said the head of Iran's national air carrier in Germany, Mohammad Reza Rajabi on Tuesday. The recent statement issued by the European Commission has not stipulated any specific instructions, he added.

Iran Air flights to Germany vary between 8 and 10 flights a week depending on the time of the year, according to Rajabi. Meanwhile, the commission plans to visit Iran over the next few months to inspect the country’s civil aviation.

 

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