Kish Air Flights

Kish Air, an Iranian flight carrier, is one of the emerging players in the Southwest Asian flight circuit. It provides transport between Kish Island to various destinations in the Southwest Asia region including Turkey, Syria, and United Emirates. Established in 1989, the airline found a way to save on aeroplane costs while maintaining aviation standards. This Iranian airline then wet-leased planes from Bulgaria Airlines and worked from there to provide reliable air transport services along its flight routes.

A change in management in 1992 had begun many positive changes that provided financial stability for Kish Air. This allowed the airline to dry-lease and purchase some of their aircraft in 1999, which pushed it to gain more progress through the years.

Why Fly with Kish Air

How to Check In

For Kish Air travellers, it is essential to appear at least three hours before the flight to prevent any delays. It is also important to have all the documentary requirements ready. These must all contain consistent information, especially the name, age, and other important details about the traveller. If the details do not match with the information indicated in the identification cards, then the ticket might be cancelled. The ticket code should also be brought to the airport to verify the booking. Web check-in is not available as of the time of writing. Travellers can only track flights or reserve tickets online at the airline's website.

Baggage Allowance & Fees

The maximum allowable weight for checked baggage is 20kg with an additional 10kg for those travelling with infants. For hand baggage, the limit is 5kg with a measurement of 42cm x 55cm x 20cm to meet the 115cm requirement. A rate, however, will be charged for exceeding the additional baggage limit.

Booking Fees

Airport fees depend on the class of seating, the route of the flight, and the baggage fees of each passenger. Cash and a range of credit cards are accepted for payment.

Where We Fly

Kish Air flies to and from the following destinations: Heydar Aliyev International Airport, Abadan Airport, Abu Masa Airport, Arak Airport, Ahwaz International Airport, Asalouyeh Airport, Bandar Abbas Airport, Isfahan International Airport, Kerman Airport, Kermanshah Airport, Mahshahr Airport, Mashhad International Airport, Rasht Airport, Qeshm Airport, Shahrekord Airport, Shahroud Airport, Shiraz International Airport, Tabriz International Airport, Mehrabad Airport, Zanjan Airport, Baghdad International Airport, Khasab Airport, Ataturk International Airport, Dubai International Airport, and Sharjah International Airport. Although one of its stops is Damascus International Airport, operations going to this port of entry were suspended as it closed due to dangers posed by the Syrian civil war since 2012.


The airline has received various awards for complying with international aviation standards. This flight carrier is a member of the International Air Transport Association (IATA), a renowned world organisation for airlines around the world. It also has AOC certification from the Civil Aviation Authority, which enables it to carry out various commercial flight functions for travellers coming from various parts of Iran and other countries. The airline also stands by a commitment to safety, as proven with its flight certificate from the IATA Operational Safety Audit. This shows how the airline stands for reliability and implements standards related to keeping their planes safe for everyone, from passengers to cabin crew.

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