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Generally, there are three ticket classes for Iran domestic flights: economy, first-class, and business class. There is also another class, called ‘price class’ which is written with English letters. Knowing what these letters mean is not important unless you need a refund. These letters will be assigned to each ticket based on the time of booking, type of cabin, etc. Check out the class section in your ticket to learn more about the regulations related to cancellation and refund.
Most passengers are familiar with scheduled flights and chartered flights. In Iran, there is a difference in the way these terms are used. In Iran, the term ‘system ticket’ refers to the regularly scheduled flight ticket sold by agencies. These tickets are fully refundable according to the cancellation policies of each airline and the selling agency. A Chartered ticket, on the other hand, is usually non-refundable. The advantage of chartered tickets is their price which is always cheaper than system tickets.
For long, US sanctions have prevented Iran from renovating its planes. In 2016, after lifting the sanctions, Iran managed to sign huge contracts with Boeing, Airbus, and ATR to purchase new jetliners. It is reported that Iran is planning to receive 400 new aircraft by 2025. Right now, on average, Iranian planes are pretty old. But it doesn’t mean that they’re not safe. Iran was found to be performing above the global average across a number of categories, according to a 2010 assessment by the International Civil Aviation Organization. Most of the fleet of Iranian airlines today consists of Boeing, McDonnell Douglas MD-80 series, ATR 72, and Fokker 100. Most Iranian airlines are now members of International Air Transport Association (IATA), including Iran Air, Iran Air tour, Iran Aseman, Mahan Air, Kish Air, and Qeshm Air
The amount of cargo allowed in Iran domestic flights varies by airline, and flight class selected. The permissible weight of the aircraft varies from 23 kg to 50 kg according to the above.
Choosing to drive or to fly depends largely on your trip, including the route and distance. When planning your trip in Iran, take your time to weigh the pros and cons of flying to decide if you should take to the skies or hit the open road. Flights are great time savers; they can shorten your trips enormously and save you hours and days. Also, air travel is very convenient. You won’t worry about traffic and, most of the time, weather conditions. Contrary to the common belief, It’s also the safest way to travel in Iran. However, this fast and convenient way of travel comes with some drawbacks. First of all, it is usually more expensive than other methods of transportation, especially if you’re traveling in the high-season. Also, for air travel, there are a number of hassles including airport security measures, more time needed for getting on board, and delays. Flying in Iran will deprive road trip enthusiasts of beautiful land scenery but bring a fantastic sky view of Iran.
Overall, there are more than 300 airports in Iran. Among them, eight airports are international with regular flights to neighboring countries as well as faraway countries. Here is the list of international airports: Imam Khomeini International Airport, Mehrabad International Airport, Mashhad International Airport, Shiraz Shahid Dastghaib International Airport, Tabriz International Airport, Esfahan Shahid Beheshti International Airport, Qeshm Airport, Kish International Airport.
The following items are banned for security reasons in almost every airport. If you have any of them, to avoid facing extra hassle at the security, hand them to the luggage or the banned items section.
  • 1) Firearms including all types of military equipment, flare guns, BB guns, compressed air guns, etc.
  • 2) Toys looking like real firearms
  • 3) Sharp objects including knives, box cutter, razors, swords, sabers, scissors, and similar items
  • 4) Flammables including bullets, hand grenades, explosives, TNT, C4, dynamites, butane, fireworks
  • 5) Sprays including pepper sprays, poisonous sprays, tear gas spray
Yes. Here is a short list to help you:
  • 1) All types of antiquated goods, original artworks including calligraphy, miniature, valued stones, unauthorized holy Quran, 35mm films, music instruments associated with the cultural heritage of Iran
  • 2) Carpets and rugs with historic records
  • 3) Handwoven carpets larger than two square meters
  • 4) Taking out carpets, pistachio, nuts, and saffron is prohibited for passengers traveling to Saudi Arabia, Iraq, and Syria.
  • 5) All types of drugs including methamphetamines, marijuana, cocaine, etc. (the carrier will be prosecuted)
  • 6) Foreign currencies more than the value of 5,000 US dollars and gold coins
  • 7) Any type of alcoholic drink (the carrier will be prosecuted)
  • 8) Pets are only allowed when having ID documents, and being carried out in the pets’ special cage. Previous permission should be taken from the airport’s quarantine department.
  • 9) Press, books and any printed material against religious and national regulations

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