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Iranian Naft Airlines
هواپیمائی نفت
IATA ICAO Callsign
NV IRG NAFT
Founded 1992
Focus cities Ahwaz Airport, Mehrabad Airport
Alliance Iran Aseman Airlines
Fleet size 10
Parent company Naft Retirement Organization
Headquarters Ahwaz, Iran & Tehran, Iran
Key people
  • Captain Ghasemi Gholamreza (CEO)
  • Hossein Ostovar (MDO)
  • Captain Ghonche (DMDO)
Website http://www.iatc-ir.com
Naft Airlines Fokker F100, Tehran, 2011

Iranian Naft Airlines (Persian: هواپیمائی نفت‎‎) is a charter airline based in Ahvaz, Iran. It operates cargo and passenger charter and scheduled services within Iran and to neighbouring regions. Its main bases are Mehrabad International Airport, Tehran and Ahwaz International Airport, Ahwaz.[1]

History

The airline was established and started operations in 1992. In 2004 it officially became known as "Iranian Naft Airline". Owned and operated by the Retirement Organization of National Iranian Oil Company, it has more than 600 employees.[1]

Destinations

City Country IATA ICAO Airport
Ahwaz  Iran AWZ OIAW Ahwaz International Airport Base
Abadan  Iran ABD OIAA Abadan Airport
Isfahan  Iran IFN OIFM Isfahan International Airport
Kish Island  Iran KIH OIBK Kish Airport
Mashhad  Iran MHD OIMM Mashhad International Airport
Aghajari  Iran AKW OIAG Aghajari Airport
Shiraz  Iran SYZ OISS Shiraz International Airport
Tehran  Iran THR OIII Mehrabad International Airport Base
Yazd  Iran AZD OIYY Shahid Sadooghi Airport
Mahshahr  Iran MRX OIAM Mahshahr Airport
Tabriz  Iran TBZ OITT Tabriz International Airport
Kharg  Iran KHK OIBQ Kharg Airport
Ardabil  Iran ADU OITL Ardabil Airport
Assaluyeh  Iran PGU OIBP Persian Gulf Airport


Fleet

The Naft Airlines fleet consists of the following aircraft as of April 2017:[2]

Naft Airlines Fleet
Aircraft In
Service
Orders Passengers Notes
Boeing 737-300 1 148 Leased from Khors Aircompany
Fokker 50 5 50
Fokker 100 4 100
Total 10

See also

References

  1. ^ a b "Directory: World Airlines". Flight International. 2007-04-03. p. 94. 
  2. ^ https://www.planespotters.net/airline/Naft-Air-Lines

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