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21 MARCH 2016


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Article from BTNews 21 MARCH 2016

Iran The future

The lifting of sanctions against Iran has sent a wave of opportunities for the global aviation industry and companies are already lining up to make the most of one of the largest emerging markets since the fall of the Soviet Union.
The Post-Sanctions Iran Commercial Aviation Spare Parts & Maintenance Congress will hold up a magnifying glass to Iran’s aviation sector, exposing the opportunities and limitations for suppliers and companies looking to work with Iranian airlines.

Taking place 24-25 May in Istanbul it will see overseas suppliers meet, network and engage with Iranian airlines including Aseman Airlines, Atrak Air, Safiran Airlines, Kish Airlines, Iranian Naft Airlines.  The plan is that this first of its kind event will bridge the Iranian aviation sector to the international business community. 
This ambitious gathering will, it is hoped, set out Iranian airline and airport requirements.

A big question mark is export control: What do the sanctions now mean and what is the best way to navigate the Iranian market?  Also, how will be the terms and conditions of contracts affect business?

And finally learn what can and cannot be done in Iran.  Hopefully the event will cover these problems.  www.iran-commercial-aviation-congress.com

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