Source: Islamic Republic News Agency
Customer Support Director of Airbus Company in the Middle East region Paul Claassen said on Tuesday that the company is going to increase export of spare parts to Iran. In an exclusive interview with IRNA, he said the recent agreement signed by Iran and G5+1 has provided a suitable opportunity for export of spare parts for Iranian passenger planes.
Although the barriers to export of aircraft parts to Iran have not been lifted but Airbus is determined to increase volume of aircraft parts for Iranian passenger planes, he said.
A delegation from Airbus Company is now visiting Iran to provide Iranian pilots and crews with the most updated training courses, he said.
Civil aviation organization in every country is responsible for flight security and manufacturing companies can only put their experiences at the disposal of customers.
A group of technical experts from Airbus Company are now in Iran to hold the 21st training workshop in a bod to help increase flight security.
Airbus in contribution with Iranˈs flag carrier Iran Air set up a professional workshop on Monday.
Over 100 pilots, engineers and plane crews from eight active airliners took part in the workshop.
Supplying plane parts to Iran awaits US treasury dept permission: Iran Air chief
Iran Air Chairman Farhad Parvaresh said here on Tuesday that the Iranian air lines have submitted their requests to foreign manufacturers on purchase of plane parts.
Parvaresh underlined that the plane parts will be delivered to Iran in the next few weeks as soon as the US Treasury Department issues the necessary permissions.
He added that all foreign manufacturers have voiced their readiness to provide Iran with plane parts.
Once the plane parts are provided, some 10 passenger planes will be reapired and added to the countryˈs air fleet.
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