Iran Intends to Build Its Own Aircraft That Can Carry 100 People
Iran may be considering the building of a new 100-seat commercial passenger airliner to address the scarcity of new aircraft.
- Because sanctions prevent Iran from properly replacing its aircraft, Iranian airlines often fly older planes like the Airbus A300, Fokker 100s, MD-80s, and other avgeek favourites.
- "In order to be able to utilise the country's current military capabilities for the production of commercial aircraft, we signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the Ministry of Defense."
- Iran required approximately 500 aircraft in 2018 to replace its current fleet and expand over the next ten years.
According to Touraj Dehqani Zanganeh, the head of Iran’s Civil Aviation Organization, the country is planning to develop a production line and build a 100-seat commercial passenger plane.
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