Aviation Photo #0991621: Boeing 747SP-86 - Iran Air
On the flare for 28L. This SP had only been delivered a couple of months earlier, but was in service with Iran Air till 2004! Security was less of an issue in those days! - Photo taken at London - Heathrow (LHR / EGLL) in England, United Kingdom in August, 1976.
Aviation Photo #2063239: Boeing 707-321C - Iran Air
Previously Pan Am's N445PA and seen here on a scheduled cargo run, this 707 was last noted in civilian service around 1990 but is probably among four Iran Air examples taken over by the Air Force, two of which were stored in ex IR colours - Photo taken at London - Heathrow (LHR / EGLL) in England, United Kingdom in October, 1986.
Found a very rare old world sight before taking off from the modern Suvarnabhumi Airport. This Boeing 747-200 SP is still flying under flag carrier as Iran Air. The SP (Special Performance) is a smaller version of the B747, which is enhanced to be able to fly longer routes than the normal B747. The drama in the clouds was a great addition to this rare sight. [Enroute BKK -> SIN]
Aviation Photo #2158640: Airbus A320-211 - Iran Air
unfortunately not very common in Europe so I was happy to catch her in Dubai - Photo taken at Dubai - International (DXB / OMDB) in United Arab Emirates on November 16, 2011.
Iran Air Airbus A300B4-605R EP-IBD (17792)
Iran Air Airbus A300B4-605R EP-IBD is on short final for runway 25L. MSN 696 has had its first flight in April 1993 with the test registration F-WWAK and was delivered to Olympic Airways as SX-BEL on 04.10.93 (Olympic Airlines 12.12.03). It was sold to Iran Air on 01.03.05 and ferried to Teheran (THR) on 18.03.05.
Iran Air Identity
The identity for Air Iran is quite interesting their symbol is derived from the mystic Persian bird called "Homa" or (Huma bird). The Homa is a legendary bird of Sufi fable that is said to never come to rest, living its entire life flying invisibly high above the earth, and never alighting on the ground.
Iran Air Flies To Greece Again After Nine Years | GTP Headlines
The first of three scheduled Iran Air charter flights connecting Tehran, Iran and Athens, Greece, took place on Monday 18 March. Monday's flight was the first…