Flights Resume at Tehran’s Airport after Heavy Snowfall

 Flights Resume at Tehran’s Airport after Heavy Snowfall

Rasht International Airport Iran Aseman Airlines Fokker 100. Photo: Naeim Ashjari.

TEHRAN (Tasnim) – The runways of Tehran’s Imam Khomeini International Airport were dug out from under 70 centimeters (more than two feet) of snow, letting flights resume on Sunday morning.

A member of IKIA’s board of directors told Tasnim that the flights to and from the international airport have resumed since Sunday morning.

He also noted that the Tehran-bound flights going to alternative airports in the cities of Isfahan and Mashhad, 450 km south and 920 northeast of Tehran respectively, can resume landing in Tehran.

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Tasnim News Agency


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