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Leading Iranian Airlines To Deliver Fleet Development Plans In Istanbul

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Flightglobal | Supplier Update
Meet Senior Decision Makers From Aseman Airlines, Atrak Air, Safiran Airlines...
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Supplier Update
21 March 2016

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24-25 May, 2016 | Istanbul, Turkey
Meet Senior Decision Makers From
Aseman Airlines, Atrak Air, Safiran Airlines, Kish Airlines, Iranian Naft Airlines
amongst others as they outline fleet development plans for legacy and new aircrafts
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Lifting of sanctions against Iran has sent a wave of opportunities for the global Aviation industry and companies are already teeing up to make the most of one the largest emerging markets since the fall of the Soviet Union.

On May 24 and 25, Istanbul will see overseas suppliers, MROs and OEMs, meet, network and engage with the largest Iranian airlines in a historic and first-of-its-kind event that will bridge the Iranian Aviation sector to the international business community.

The Post-Sanctions Iran Commercial Aviation Spare Parts & Maintenance Congress 2016 will provide a platform for doing business within Iran's Aviation sector, by answering key questions that are front and centre right now.
 

Answering The Aviation Industry’s Key Questions

LBCG What are Iranian Airline’s fleet development requirements for legacy and new aircrafts and what do they need?
LBCG Export Control: What do the sanctions mean and what is the best way to navigate the Iranian market?
LBCG What will the terms and conditions for Aviation contracts be in Iran and how will that affect your business?
LBCG What can and can not be done in Iran?
At this sanctions compliant event, attendees will scope out opportunity and meet with Managing Directors and CEOs of some of the largest Iranian Airlines that are proactively looking to develop their fleet of aircrafts. Capitalize on opportunity within Iran’s aviation sector and uncover the optimal routes to market.
 
Confirmed Iranian Airline Executives Attending:
Timely Face Time Opportunities Over Two Full Days
 
Aseman Airlines
LBCG
Possessing over 30 aircraft and flying over 50 destinations, Aseman Airlines is one of the largest Iranian Airlines that will be looking to make the most of the opportunities with the sanctions lift.
Kish Airlines
LBCG
Kish Airlines operates to over 17 destinations which will be looking to purchase 10 more aircraft in the future
Safiran Airlines
LBCG
As a Cargo airline, Safiran Airlines operates to more than 13 destinations specializing in international cargo flights on a charter basis.
Naft Airlines
LBCG
Iranian Naft Airlines is a regional airline keen to expand its operations. With an alliance with Aseman airlines, Iranian Naft Airlines flies to both domestic and neighbouring regions.
Atrak Airlines
LBCG
Iran’s most recent airline, Atrak Airlines operates Airbus aircraft based out of Mehrabad International Airport, Tehran.
 
Everything You Need To Know About Iran’s Aviation Sector Covered:
LBCG Airline Fleet Projection For The Future
LBCG How To Remain Sanctions Compliant In Post-Sanctions Iran
LBCG Aircraft Spare Part Demand & Opportunities
LBCG The Route To Market: How Do You Export To Iran?
LBCG Offset Obligations
LBCG Legal Framework And Working With Iranian Business Law
LBCG Close Networking With Iranian Airlines
 

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