Larestan International Airport

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Larestan International Airport
Lar airport.jpg
Airport typePublic
OwnerGovernment of Iran
OperatorIran Airports Company
ServesLar, Fars
LocationLar, Iran
Elevation AMSL2,625 ft / 800 m
Coordinates27°40′23″N 54°22′53″E / 27.67306°N 54.38139°E / 27.67306; 54.38139Coordinates: 27°40′23″N 54°22′53″E / 27.67306°N 54.38139°E / 27.67306; 54.38139
LRR is located in Iran
Location of airport in Iran
Direction Length Surface
ft m
09/27 10,922 3,329 Asphalt
Statistics (2017)
Aircraft Movements1,684 Increase 9%
Passengers161,413 Increase 3%
Cargo3,728 tons Increase 0%

Larestan International Airport (IATA: LRR, ICAO: OISL) is an airport near Lar, Iran.


The airport began operations in 1983, although much of its destinations were national. After the Persian Gulf War, it became an international airport with its first international flight to Dubai, UAE.[citation needed]


The airport has three terminals which are capable of displacing over three million people annually. There is a complex web of conveyor belts and luggage transport facilities put into place by IBM. Larestan International Airport has one of the most efficient systems in displacing passengers and luggage having ranked the best airport in lost or delayed luggage. Flight delays are also very rare and the airport ranks ahead of Imam Komeini Airport, Mehrabad Airport and Shiraz Airport. The newest terminal, Terminal 3, is an innovative facility within the Middle East as it is the only "green" airport terminal. The electricity is generated by solar panels, as the region gets substantial amount of sunlight. Power conservation has also been utilized as the air conditioning system is routinely turned off during the peak season. The International Terminal will open in between May and September 2016.[2]

Airlines and destinations[edit]

Air Arabia Sharjah
flydubai Dubai-International
Iran Air Doha, Kuwait, Tehran-Mehrabad
Iran Aseman Airlines Dubai-International, Kuwait, Tehran-Mehrabad


  1. ^ "Traffic Figures". Retrieved 14 February 2018.[permanent dead link]
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