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IranAir Flights

Iran Airline was established in the year 1944, embarking on its maiden voyage after World War II from Tehran to Mashhad. Within a short span of 17 years, Iran Airline became a significant player in domestic routes, also catering for a few international flights per week. In 1954, another small airline company opened, calling itself Pars Airways. It served as a freight flight service from Iran to Europe. On February 24, 1961 following a suggestion by the road minister to form a National airline, Pars Airways and Iran Airline merged to form IranAir.

Presently, IranAir has flights covering 35 international routes and 25 domestic routes. While most of its international flights are centred around Europe including Paris, London and Amsterdam, IranAir also serves a few countries in Asia including major cities like Bangkok, Beijing and Kuala Lumpur.

IMPORTANT! Information is correct as of 17 July 2014 and is subject to change. Please always check IranAir website for the latest update of the following information.

Why fly with IranAir

Check-in

IranAir recommends passengers who are flying on their international flights to check in at their airport check-in counter 3 hours prior to takeoff. For domestic passengers, it is recommended that you check in 1.5 hours prior the flight. If you should, under any circumstances, be late for check in, the last possible time for you to obtain your flight ticket is 60 minutes and 25 minutes before takeoff for international and domestic flights respectively.

Seating

Reservation of seats is possible while booking flights both online and through phone booking. IranAir will, however, reserve the rights to move passengers around due to security or safety reasons.

Booking Fees/Payment Methods

There are no booking fees when you reserve tickets through the website or when you book directly through their call service.

Inflight Services

IranAir provides food services, entertainment, journals and magazines on board for all passengers.

Baggage Allowances

For passengers flying on the USA or Canada route, baggage allowance will be counted by piece. However, for passengers flying on all the other routes, baggage will be accounted for by weight. For the USA or Canada route, each passenger is allowed up to two pieces of baggage, with a maximum weight of 23kg per baggage. For the rest of the International flights, economy class passengers are allowed up to 30kg for baggage allowance, 40kg for Homa (Business) Class passengers and 50kg for passengers holding the Sky Gift Golden Cards. Passengers on international flights are allowed up to two pieces of carry-ons, not weighing more than 12kg altogether. For passengers in the domestic flights, the baggage allowance is 20kg for all seat types and 5kg for carry-ons.

Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.