Iran to Host Airport, Aviation Development Forum

19.11.2015 Aviation & Space
Iran to Host Airport, Aviation Development Forum

Iran to Host Airport, Aviation Development Forum

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The Iran Airport, Aviation Development Forum (IAADF) will take place on 16-17 February 2016 at the Parsian Hotel Azadi in Tehran.

This event is organized by Pars Marlik Arya, Iranian Aviation and Space Industries Association (IASIA) andBabylon International FZE, United Arab Emirates.

IAADF will bring together the Iranian government departments those are involved in the development of airports and airlines, Iranian and global suppliers to airports and aviation sectors, local and international airport construction contractors all under one roof. This event will act as a catalyst for new business and will herald a new beginning for Iran’s challenging economy while helping companies contribute to the country’s reconstruction in the time of post sanction.

Iran has incredible potential, said Amin Salari (photo), President of Iranian Aviation and space Industries Association who is patronizing the event. A US$500bn economy, a young and well educated population of 77mn, the country has had recent success with taming inflation, reducing unemployment and stabilizing its currency Iran’s Rial. Indeed, Iranian Airlines like Iran Air & Mahan Air have plans to ultimately aim to compete with regional carriers and their hubs. 36 foreign and domestic airlines serve Iran, a number of which have recently announced plans to expand capacity in 2014 and 2015. Iran is proving to be a hotspot for airport development and have plans to increase their aviation assets manifold, said Amin Salari.

“Iran’s capital city - Tehran offers interesting potential as global hub, with flight time advantages to almost every region across the globe due to its strategic geographical location. Tehran has become a hot destination for foreign delegations, jockeying for position ahead of the lucrative new market opening for business and civil aviation sector infrastructure development programs has been given a fast track. Of the 51 existing Airports, 27 will be undergoing major rehabilitation and refurbishment program with new terminals also coming up making Iran, a dynamic hotspot for airport development”, Amin Salari added.

According to Civil Aviation Organization of Iran, the country will need to acquire 400-500 airliners valued at more than USD 20 billion over the coming decade to renew its ageing aircraft fleet. In addition to fleet upgrades, Iran's airport infrastructure will also see massive investment opportunities on radar, air traffic management, the landside, airside and utilities requirements at airports and passenger experience will be key opportunity areas for international firms. We invite the Iranian and International airport, aviation companies those are interested to grab their market share in the fastest growingIran’s civil aviation industry at the Iran Airport, Aviation Development Forum, added Amin Salari added.

 



 
 

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