IranAir airline officially cancels its contract with Airbus

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IranAir airline officially cancels its contract with Airbus

IranAir officially canceled its contract with Airbus.

IranAir has confirmed that Airbus, the aircraft manufacturing giant, has officially canceled its contract with Iran to sell 100 aircraft.

Hossein Qorbani Ali, the Public Relations Manager of IranAir, told the ISNA news agency that when the JCPOA was suspended, this contract with Airbus was also suspended and remained in limbo for several years until now, when they officially announced the cancellation of the contract.

Flight Global, a website that covers aviation news, recently announced that the updated statistics of Airbus’ accumulated orders, published at the end of 2023, show that 97 aircraft orders intended for Iran have been removed from the company’s order list.

Flight Global stated that the complete removal of Iran’s orders means the cancellation of 40% of the 225 canceled orders by Airbus last year.


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