Caspian Airlines

هواپیمایی کاسپین


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Caspian Airlines Definition

Caspian Airlines is an airline headquartered in Tehran, Iran. Established in 1993, it operates services between Tehran and other major cities in Iran. (Wikipedia) - Caspian Airlines
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Caspian Airlines Founded Hubs Secondary hubs Fleet size Destinations Parent company Headquarters Key people Website
IATA IV ICAO CPN Callsign CASPIAN
1993

Tehran Imam Khomeini International Airport

  • Mehrabad International Airport
Mehrabad Airport
7
20
Iran National Airlines Corporation
Tehran, Iran
Ashgar Razzaghi (President)
www.caspian.aero

Caspian Airlines (Persian: هواپیمایی کاسپین‎) is an airline headquartered in Tehran, Iran. Established in 1993, it operates services between Tehran and other major cities in Iran and international flights to Armenia, Syria, Turkey, UAE and Ukraine. Its main base is Mehrabad International Airport, Tehran.

Contents
  • 1 History
  • 2 Destinations
  • 3 Fleet
  • 4 Accidents and incidents
  • 5 References
  • 6 External links

HistoryA Caspian Airlines Tupolev Tu-154M at Dubai International Airport in 2011.

The airline was established in 1993 and started operations in September 1993. It was set up as a joint venture between Iranian and Russian interests.

Caspian Airlines no longer has any Tupolev aircraft, today it operates mainly McDonnell Douglas MD-80 series aircraft.

Destinations Iran
  • Abadan - Abadan Airport
  • Ahwaz - Ahwaz International Airport
  • Asalouyeh - Persian Gulf Airport
  • Bandar Abbas - Bandar Abbas International Airport
  • Gorgan - Gorgan Airport
  • Isfahan - Shahid Beheshti International Airport
  • Kish Island - Kish Airport
  • Kermanshah - Kermanshah Airport
  • Mahshahr - Mahshahr Airport
  • Mashhad - Mashhad International Airport
  • Rasht - Rasht Airport
  • Sari - Dashte-naz Airport
  • Shiraz - Shiraz International Airport
  • Tabriz - Tabriz Airport
  • Tehran
    • Imam Khomeini International Airport Hub
    • Mehrabad Airport Hub
  • Urmia - Uromieh Airport
  • Yazd - Shahid Sadooghi Airport
  • Zabol - Zabol Airport
  • Zahedan - Zahedan Airport
 Iraq
  • Najaf - Al Najaf International Airport
  • Sulaimaniyah - Sulaimaniyah International Airport
 Syria
  • Damascus - Damascus International Airport
 Turkey
  • Istanbul - Atatürk International Airport
 United Arab Emirates
  • Dubai - Dubai International Airport
Fleet

The Caspian Airlines fleet consists of the following aircraft (as of May 2014):

Caspian Airlines Fleet Aircraft In Fleet Notes Total 7
Boeing 747-100F 1 Cargo division
Boeing 747-200F 1 Cargo division
McDonnell Douglas MD-82 1
McDonnell Douglas MD-83 4 Stored at IEV
Accidents and incidents

On 15 July 2009, Caspian Airlines Flight 7908, a Tupolev Tu-154M, traveling from Tehran to Yerevan crashed near the Iranian town of Qazvin, killing all 168 people (156 passengers, 12 crew) on boarCaspian Airlines is an airline headquartered in Tehran, Iran. Established in 1993, it operates services between Tehran and other major cities in Iran. (Wikipedia) - Caspian Airlines

This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (July 2009)
Caspian Airlines Founded Hubs Secondary hubs Fleet size Destinations Parent company Headquarters Key people Website
IATA IV ICAO CPN Callsign CASPIAN
1993

Tehran Imam Khomeini International Airport

Mehrabad Airport
7
20
Iran National Airlines Corporation
Tehran, Iran
Ashgar Razzaghi (President)
www.caspian.aero

Caspian Airlines (Persian: هواپیمایی کاسپین‎) is an airline headquartered in Tehran, Iran. Established in 1993, it operates services between Tehran and other major cities in Iran and international flights to Armenia, Syria, Turkey, UAE and Ukraine. Its main base is Mehrabad International Airport, Tehran.

Contents
  • 1 History
  • 2 Destinations
  • 3 Fleet
  • 4 Accidents and incidents
  • 5 References
  • 6 External links

HistoryA Caspian Airlines Tupolev Tu-154M at Dubai International Airport in 2011.

The airline was established in 1993 and started operations in September 1993. It was set up as a joint venture between Iranian and Russian interests.

Caspian Airlines no longer has any Tupolev aircraft, today it operates mainly McDonnell Douglas MD-80 series aircraft.

Destinations Iran Iraq
  • Najaf - Al Najaf International Airport
  • Sulaimaniyah - Sulaimaniyah International Airport
 Syria
  • Damascus - Damascus International Airport
 Turkey United Arab Emirates
  • Dubai - Dubai International Airport
Fleet

The Caspian Airlines fleet consists of the following aircraft (as of May 2014):

Caspian Airlines Fleet Aircraft In Fleet Notes Total 7
Boeing 747-100F 1 Cargo division
Boeing 747-200F 1 Cargo division
McDonnell Douglas MD-82 1
McDonnell Douglas MD-83 4 Stored at IEV
Accidents and incidents

On 15 July 2009, Caspian Airlines Flight 7908, a Tupolev Tu-154M, traveling from Tehran to Yerevan crashed near the Iranian town of Qazvin, killing all 168 people (156 passengers, 12 crew) on board.

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