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Encyclopedia > Airlines of Iran
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Iran Air - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (1009 words)
In 1978, the airline bought six Airbus A300-B4 aircraft to be used on its domestic and regional routes.
By 1976, Iran Air was ranked second only to Qantas as the world’s safest airline that had been accident free for at least 10 consecutive years (although both airlines were accident free, Iran Air came second only because of fewer operational hours flown compared to Qantas).
Because of that, the Boeing 747SPs began to be used heavily on the airline's European and Asian routes.
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