Iran, the 18th largest economy in the world, is to host the first Iran Hotel and Tourism Investment Conference (IHTIC), a top-level gathering of international investors, owners, operators, developers and government officials.
Oman Air flight WY 432, due to depart today from Tehran to Muscat, has been delayed as a result of an incident on the runway, the airline said in a statement.
The wings of the stationary Oman Air aircraft were clipped by another a
British Airways resumed direct flights to Tehran last week after four years of suspension due to Western sanctions on Iran.
The airline, owned by IAG, becomes the second European carrier to resume flights to Iran after Air France.
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines will resume service to the Iranian capital of Tehran from October 30, the airline said.
Tehran will be the 14th new destination KLM has added to its network in 2016.
Four weekly services wil
The oil ministers of Venezuela, Iraq and Iran will meet in Tehran on Wednesday to discuss an agreement to freeze producers' output at January levels, Venezuela's oil minister said on Tuesday.
Eulogio Del Pino was speaking
Iran on Thursday called on the United States to make a clear public pledge that it would not penalise European banks for legitimate trade with the Islamic Republic.
Many foreign banks are cautious about resumin
AirAsiaX, the long haul subsidiary of Malaysia's AirAsia, said on Monday it was looking at restoring flights to Tehran, describing Iran as a "massive" opportunity, and planned to resume services to London and Paris if costs made se
The United States hopes that Saudi Arabia may restore diplomatic ties with Iran, a senior State Department official said by phone on Friday ahead of Secretary of State John Kerry's Saturday visit to Riyadh.
Tensions between bi
The closing communique of the fourth Arab-South American Summit yesterday (November 11) called on Iran to respond to the UAE’s request for a peaceful resolution of a dispute over three Emirati islands under Iranian occupation since 1971.
A senior French economic and political delegation is in Tehran to lay the groundwork for the first business contracts between France and Iran since an accord to curb its nuclear programme in July.
France's main business lobby