Iranian Civil Aviation Organization spokesman Jaafar Yazerlow said that his country has signed a memorandum of understanding with the UAE in the field of air transport, which provides for an increase in transit flights.
An Iranian official said: “The Civil Aviation Organization, in accordance with the legal obligations set out in Article 5 of the Civil Aviation Law, and in order to expand and strengthen air transport relations with other countries of the world, is updating the memorandum of understanding. on cooperation in the field of air transport with other countries”.
He added, “Considering the volume of trade, tourism exchanges, etc. between Iran and the UAE, and after several years of updating the Memorandum of Understanding between the two countries signed in 2015, the expansion of bilateral cooperation between the two countries has been put on the agenda.” .
He noted that a new memorandum of understanding was signed by the heads of civil aviation organizations of Iran and the Emirates after meetings and discussions between specialists and experts on increasing flights between the two countries, developing a network of foreign flights, increasing flights that pass through Iran, cooperation between them, and necessary preparations in preparation Sign the air transport agreement.
“This meeting was attended by representatives of a number of United Arab Emirates airlines, including Emirates Airlines, flydubai and Etihad,” continued Yazerloo.