Iran Aseman Airlines

  • Tehran - Mehrabad
  • Tehran Imam Khomeini

Iran Aseman Airlines is an Iranian regional airline based in Tehran.


After the Islamic revolution in 1979 Iran Aseman Airlines was established by the government-imposed merger of smaller companies. The First Gulf War prevented for the time being, a further development of the company that came to charter purposes only domestically used. From 1993 there was a new acquisition of aircraft such as the Fokker F -28, and ATR 42 and ATR 72 and four Boeing 727-200. 1999, the Company received its last ATR 72-500.


Iran Aseman Airlines serves many destinations inside Iran, such as Bandar Abbas, Isfahan and Sanandaj and flies beyond several destinations in neighboring countries, including Bahrain, Damascus, Doha, Dubai, Dushanbe, Istanbul, Yerevan, Kabul, Kandahar and Najaf.


As of January 2013, the fleet of Iran Aseman Airlines consists of 29 aircraft:

  • 01 Airbus A340 -300
  • 04 ATR 72-200
  • 02 ATR 72-500
  • 03 Boeing 727-200
  • 01 Boeing 727- 200F
  • 18 Fokker 100