Reactions to the news of buying an airplane from Afghanistan

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Reactions to the news of buying an airplane from Afghanistan

Reactions to the news of purchasing an airplane from Afghanistan

The news of selling a 29-year-old aircraft of Kam Air Afghanistan to Kish Air Iran has sparked numerous reactions on social media.

Some users have compared the Iranian airline fleet to before the 1979 revolution.

One user wrote that before the Iranian revolution, Iran had the second safest airline in the world, operating the longest non-stop flight from Tehran to New York. But today, they are buying a 30-year-old Afghan aircraft.

This news was first published by Rooznameh Aftab Yazd. Mansour Mazafari, the editor-in-chief of this newspaper, mentioned in his editorial that with the news of adding 90 aircraft to the thirteenth government’s flight cycle, as quoted from the head of the Civil Aviation Organization, he hoped that only one aircraft had entered.

He further added that he had read on social media that Kish Air bought this aircraft with a 29-year-old lifespan, which was manufactured for Italy in 1995 and after 19 years of operation, it was retired.


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