'Special flight permit' for airliners attracting tourist

TEHRAN, Jul. 24 (MNA) – Iran's Civil Aviation Organization has provided bonuses as special flight permits for any airline who brings to the country wave of tourists.

Mr. Morteza Dehghan Director General for Airports, Airlines and Aeronautical Institutions Supervision of the Civil Aviation Organization told public relations office of CAO that the decision would seek promote the influx of tourism to the country; "any foreign or domestic airline who plan to bring in tourists will receive these bonus flight permits apart from agreements on regular flights; this is a way to encourage the flow of tourists and thus income to country," he added.

"Tourism constitutes an important contribution to national economy by way of bringing in money from outside the country; the decision does not rule out the general restrictions upon maneuvering by foreign airlines; however, it provides encouragements for them in incoming flights; only when they bring in passenger and income would they enjoy such facilities," Dehghan concluded.


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