Saha Air Lines Boeing 707 at Mashhad in January 2011.
Saha Airlines (Persian: هواپیمایی ساها), also known as Saha Air, is an airline based in Tehran, Iran. It was the last civil operator of the Boeing 707. The airline has not been active since 2013 although it still exists.
 The company was established in 1990 as Saha Air Lines and was wholly owned by the Iranian Air Force. It operated domestic passenger services using two Airbus A300s and one Boeing 707 (a converted tanker), with cargo charters having been carried out with two Boeing 747 freighters when required. On 3 May 2013, all flight operations were suspended. In July 2013, the CEO of Saha Airlines stated in an interview with ISNA that the company is trying to buy or lease new planes.
On 20 April 2005, Saha Airlines Flight 171, a Boeing 707-320C, registration EP-SHE, flying from Kish Island, crashed on landing at Mehrabad Airport, Tehran following an unstabilised approach with a higher than recommended airspeed. Gear and/or a tire failed after touchdown and the flight overran the far end of the runway. Of the 12 crew and 157 passengers, 3 passengers were killed.