TEHRAN, Iran, July 17
The member of the board of directors at Iran's Imam Khomeini International Airport and responsible for logistics management Mohammad Reza Karimian, has announced that Emirates Airlines resumed its flights to Tehran this morning after a 6-month suspension, Trend reports via IKAC News.
"The COVID-19 outbreak and the decrease in demand for travel caused many airlines in the world to limit or stop their flight operations," Karimian said.
"Strict implementation of health protocols and the improvement of coronavirus control conditions caused the flight operations of the airlines to gradually resume,” he said.
He went on to say that the Emirates Airlines announced its plan to resume flights to Imam Khomeini Airport, and the first flight of this airline after almost 6 months landed in Tehran today Friday.