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Kish Air orders B737 MAX, A320s

Posted 22 August 2017 · Add Comment

Iran's Kish Air chief executive officer, Mohammad Taqi Jadidi, has said the carrier has signed an MoU with Boeing for the purchase of ten B737 MAX, reports ch-aviation.

Jadidi said: "We recently negotiated with the representative of Boeing, which has been licensed to negotiate aircraft sales. The aircraft is able to travel 5 to 6 hours, for example, from Tehran Imam Khomeini to China, London, the Gulf states, Russia, Europe, Stockholm Arlanda and south to Sri Lanka."

The CEO also alluded to plans to acquire six A320 Family jets (said to be A320 and A321) by the end of the current Iranian year (ends March 2018).

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