Iran will take over the maintenance of Russian civil aviation


At a recent meeting between the Deputy Minister of Transport of Russia and the head of the Civil Aviation Organization of Iran, important agreements on bilateral cooperation in the aviation sector were concluded.


Thus, the parties signed a memorandum of understanding, according to which passenger air transportation between Russia and Iran will increase to 35 flights a week, while cargo flights will be carried out without restrictions. Mirakbar Razavi, a spokesman for Iran's Civil Aviation Administration, said this.

Along with this, Moscow and Tehran came to an agreement on cooperation, according to which the Iranians will conduct technical servicing Russian aircraft in their service centers, as well as supplying components and aviation equipment to the Russian Federation.

Thus, against the backdrop of Western sanctions, Russia is establishing cooperation with Iran, which has extensive experience in overcoming prohibitive measures from the "civilized world".

In particular, the Iranians have established independent technical support for American and European aircraft, as well as the repair and maintenance of aircraft from countries that also bear the burden of Western sanctions: Venezuela and Syria. Now Russia is among them, which can adopt the Iranian experience of survival in the current conditions.
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  1. zuuukoo Offline zuuukoo
    zuuukoo (Sergei) 27 July 2022 11: 44
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    First, we buy drones from Iran, now we repair planes from Iran.
    In general, Iran is a very ancient civilization - the heir to the Persian Empire, after all.
    But the residue remains.
    1. Expert_Analyst_Forecaster 27 July 2022 12: 43
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      The title should be read like this - "Iran will help somewhere and something in the repair of Russian aircraft."
      That's all.
      1. Dukhskrepny Offline Dukhskrepny
        Dukhskrepny (Vasya) 27 July 2022 14: 16
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        Should read: Iranians will help former superpower with spare parts and repair of civilian aircraft
    2. soloist2424 Offline soloist2424
      soloist2424 (Oleg) 27 July 2022 13: 48
      +2
      Being a leader in all areas is difficult. Japan and Korea managed to make cars, Russia has nuclear power plants and weapons, Iran has drones. Why not take advantage of their achievements?
    3. V Zarkov Offline V Zarkov
      V Zarkov (V Zarkov) 29 July 2022 18: 21
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      Iran emerged in the 20th century as part of the failed "Ottoman Empire" project, fixing the final destruction of Persia by Semitic aliens.
  2. Anton Sheremetev (Anton Sheremetev) 27 July 2022 13: 28
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    what a disgrace
  3. soloist2424 Offline soloist2424
    soloist2424 (Oleg) 27 July 2022 13: 46
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    I'm completely off topic. Been to Iran; the country does not at all give the impression of one that can serve its own and other people's aircraft, but we will look after the fact - the East is a delicate matter.
    1. Sergei Fonov Offline Sergei Fonov
      Sergei Fonov (sergey fonov) 27 July 2022 16: 03
      +2
      The news, of course, is not from the category of pleasant ones, but it shows that if you work, then no sanctions are terrible.
  4. Pavel Mokshanov_2 (Pavel Mokshanov) 27 July 2022 15: 34
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    With the liberalists, they pro-whether the entire Soviet legacy, the remnants were pocketed by the oligarchic creatures. Thanks Iran. He will help the great RF. They know how to do it. And we were left without nails and shorts, not to mention chips and other pro-innovations. If not for the SVO, they would have brought us to a deep hole and drowned in it. There is hope that everything should change.
  5. Expert_Analyst_Forecaster 28 July 2022 12: 13
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    Quote: Pavel Mokshanov_2
    And we were left without nails and panties,

    Well, not us, but specifically you. And you should be ashamed - go without panties.
    For example, I have panties. I will say more - not even alone and not a couple. Do not envy - just talk less, but work. It's not hard to make money on cowards and nails. The main thing is not to be lazy.
  6. InanRom Offline InanRom
    InanRom (Ivan) 28 July 2022 20: 14
    +3
    The USSR was the only country on the planet that produced all types of aircraft using 100% of its own components. And 40% of the world's fleet, including helicopters, was built and supplied by the Soviet Union.
    The same number of aircraft came out of the assembly shops of Soviet aircraft factories as they were produced by all the other countries of the world combined. In the 50s - 80s of the XX century, dozens of types of civil aircraft were developed, not just "taking to the wings", but also successfully going into series, produced in thousands of units - such as, for example, An-2, An-14 , Yak-40, Yak-42, Il-14, Il-76, Tu-134, Tu-154. This is an incomplete list of the most "circulated" Soviet winged vehicles. These are not "long-suffering" superjets and similar ones with screwdrivers and almost entirely from imported components ... The first supersonic passenger aircraft that took to the skies at the end of 1968 was our Tu-144. And now Boeings and Airbuses are leased ...
    Before the war, from 2500 to 4500 aircraft per year were built, in the post-war and until the beginning of the 80s the number of aircraft produced per year was 1300-1500 units .. And only during the war period (1940 to 1945) 164816 aircraft were built. Just imagine the number!
    and now .. "lifting from their knees" by the grace of the oligarchs and officials who destroyed their civil aviation industry (an example of KazAz, where out of the promised 120 a year with popma, they release 2 with grief in half, and then for officials) - Russian aviation will be saved by Iran, which has never been one of the leading aviation powers ... A full paragraph ... and "import substitution" ...
    1. Benjamin Offline Benjamin
      Benjamin (Benjamin) 3 August 2022 13: 23
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      But after the USSR, indelible raised more billionaires than in the states