Isfahan International Airport

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
Isfahan International Airport
Esfahan Shahid Beheshti International Airport

IATA: IFNICAO: OIFM

IFN is located in Iran
IFN
IFN
Location of airport in Iran
Summary
Airport type Military/Public
Operator Military of Iran
Serves Isfahan
Location Isfahan, Iran
Hub for
Elevation AMSL 5,059 ft / 1,542 m
Coordinates 32°45′03″N 51°51′40″E / 32.75083°N 51.86111°E / 32.75083; 51.86111Coordinates: 32°45′03″N 51°51′40″E / 32.75083°N 51.86111°E / 32.75083; 51.86111
Website isfahan.airport.ir
Runways
Direction Length Surface
ft m
08R/26L 14,425 4,397 Asphalt
08L/26R 14,425 4,397 Asphalt
Statistics (۱۳۹۲ - 2013)
Aircraft Movements 17,335
Passengers 2,103,633
Cargo 20,701 tonnes
Source: Iranian Airports Holding Company[1]

Isfahan International Airport (IATA: IFNICAO: OIFM)(Persian: فرودگاه اصفهان‎ – Farūdegāh-e Eşfahān) is an international airport serving the city of Isfahan, Iran. For administrative and census purposes, it is considered a village in Qahab-e Shomali Rural District, in the Central District of Isfahan County, Isfahan Province, Iran. At the 2006 census, its population was 57, in 17 families.[2]

Named in honor of Shahid Beheshti. The international airport is a one level building with limited services. A new terminal is currently being built to accommodate international passengers.

Airlines and destinations[edit]

Airlines Destinations Terminal
Air Arabia Sharjah (begins 6 May 2015)[3] International
Ata Airlines Mashhad Domestic
Ata Airlines Tbilisi International
Atlasjet Adana International
Caspian Airlines Asaluyeh, Kish Island, Mashhad Domestic
Caspian Airlines Charter: Baghdad, Najaf International
flydubai Dubai-International [4] International
Freebird Airlines Seasonal: Adana International
Iran Air Abadan, Ahvaz, Bandar Abbas, Bushehr, Kangan, Kerman, Kermanshah, Kish Island, Lavan Island, Mashhad, Rasht, Sirri Island, Shiraz, Tabriz, Tehran-Mehrabad, Zahedan Domestic
Iran Air Baghdad, Dubai-International, Kuwait
Seasonal: Jeddah, Medina
International
Iran Air Tours Abadan, Ahvaz, Bandar Abbas, Jam, Kish Island, Mahshahr, Mashhad, Tehran-Mehrabad Domestic
Iran Air Tours Baghdad, Najaf International
Iran Aseman Airlines Abadan, Ahvaz, Asaluyeh, Bahregan, Bandar Abbas, Jam, Lamerd, Lavan Island, Kangan, Kharg Island, Mashhad, Tehran-Mehrabad, Zahedan Domestic
Iraqi Airways Baghdad, Najaf International
Kish Airlines Ahvaz, Asaluyeh, Kish Island, Mahshahr, Mashhad Domestic
Kish Airlines Baghdad, Dubai-International, Najaf
Charter: Istanbul-Sabiha Gökçen
International
Mahan Air Qeshm, Kerman, Mashhad, Tabriz Domestic
Mahan Air Baghdad, Najaf
Umrah Charter Seasonal: Jeddah
International
Meraj Airlines Kish Island, Mashhad Domestic
Naft Airlines Ahvaz, Asaluyeh, Bahregan, Bandar Abbas, Dezful, Lamerd, Lavan Island, Kish Island, Mahshahr, Mashhad, Sirri Island, Shiraz, Tehran-Mehrabad Domestic
Qeshm Airlines Ahvaz, Kish Island, Mahshahr, Mashhad, Qeshm, Rasht, Tehran-Mehrabad Domestic
Qeshm Airlines Baghdad, Dubai-International, Najaf International
Saudia Seasonal: Jeddah, Medina International
Taban Air Ahvaz, Asaluyeh, Kermanshah, Kish Island, Mashhad, Qeshm, Tehran-Mehrabad Domestic
Taban Air Dubai-International, Najaf International
Tailwind Airlines Seasonal: Adana, Antalya International
Turkish Airlines Istanbul-Atatürk International
Zagros Airlines Ahvaz, Kish Island, Mahshahr, Mashhad, Rasht, Sirri Island, Tehran-Mehrabad Domestic
Zagros Airlines Baghdad, Najaf International

Development[edit]

The airport currently has one terminal which is for both domestic and international flights. However, there will be a new terminal built soon which will be only for international flights.

Accidents and incidents[edit]

  • On 18 November 2009, Iran Air Fokker 100 EP-CFO suffered an undercarriage malfunction on take-off. The aircraft was on a flight to Mehrabad Airport, Tehran when the undercarriage failed to retract. The aircraft landed at Isfahan but was substantially damaged when the left main gear collapsed.[6]
  • On 15 January 2010, Iran Air Fokker 100 EP-IDA, operating Flight 223 was substantially damaged when the nose gear collapsed after landing.[7]

References[edit]

External links[edit]