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January 21, 2013

Iranian Airlines Face Rough Skies

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Iranian airlines face turbulent times (via AFP)

Sky-rocketing fuel and ticket prices, a drop in passenger traffic and foreign currency shortages, all resulting from global sanctions, have forced Iran’s aviation sector into turbulent times. Aviation experts believe that some airlines in the Islamic republic will fail to weather these stormy days…




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