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  • Read more 07APR2014: Boeing, General Electric given okay to sell Iran aircraft spares
    Boeing (BOE, Chicago O'Hare) and General Electric have secured licenses from the US Treasury Department to export certain aircraft spare parts to Iran. Reuters newswire quoted a Boeing spokesman as saying the parts were needed to ensure safe flight, but did not specify which parts would be sold or for what price.

    The deal is part of a temporary agreement that US Secretary of State John Kerry reached with the Iranians during talks held late last year in Geneva over Iran's controversial nuclear program.

    Boeing said that among the conditions of its licence are that only components required to ensure ongoing safe flight operations of planes it sold to Iran before the 1979 revolution can be sold.

    Engine manufacturer General Electric said it had been given the go-ahead to overhaul eighteen engines sold to Iran in the late 1970s. The work is to be carried out at either General Electric facilities or at German firm MTU Aero Engines, it said.

    Iran claims the imposition of sanctions has severely impacted the overall safety of its skies with local airlines often sourcing spares from the international black market.

    According to ch-aviation's fleet database, the only active civil Boeing aircraft exported to Iran before 1979 are two B747-200(M) and four B747SP aircraft operated by Iran Air (IR, Tehran Mehrabad), a B747-200(F) freighter operated by Caspian Airlines (RV, Tehran Mehrabad) as well as two B707-300s and a B737-200 operated by Meraj Air (IJ, Tehran Mehrabad).
  • Read more 30MAR2014: Afghanistan's East Horizon acquires own ex-Alitalia MD-82
    East Horizon Airlines (EE, Kabul) has returned its wet-leased MD-83, UR-CLY (cn 53188), to owner Bravo Air (BAY, Kiev Borispol), which has since sold the aircraft on to Iranian operator, Caspian Airlines (RV, Tehran Mehrabad).

    To make up for the shortfall, according to Aerotransport, East Horizon has now acquired its first own MD-82, YA-EHA (msn 53222), formerly I-DATC with Alitalia (AZ, Rome Fiumicino). The twinjet is currently stored in Tupelo.

    The Afghan carrier also wet-leases two Eastern SkyJets (EE, Dubai Int'l) B737-400s and a Tajik Air (7J, Dushanbe) MA-60.
  • Read more 17MAR2014: Iran's Caspian Airlines deploys only B747-200(F) into service
    Caspian Airlines (RV, Tehran Mehrabad) has deployed its B747-200(F), EP-CQA (msn 21507), into service between Tehran Mehrabad and N'Djamena Skyliner Aviation has reported. The freighter had operated as EP-AJI for the Islamic Republic of Iran Air Force (Tehran Mehrabad) before.

    Established in 1993, Caspian Airlines operates between Tehran and other major Iranian cities as well as to Armenia, Syria, Turkey, the UAE and Ukraine. Its fleet also includes one MD-82 and three MD-83s.


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Aircraft TypeActiveInactiveTotalOn Order* BØ Age P  
B747-100(F)1 1hiddenhidden
B747-200(F)1 1hiddenhidden
MD-821 1hiddenhidden
* Includes new or used aircraft not yet delivered for which a construction/manufacturer serial number is already known.


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