|Date:||15-17 February 2017|
|Venue:||Parsian Hotel Azadi ,Tehran , Iran|
Iran Airports, Aviation Development Forum (IAADF)
Iran Airports, Aviation Development Forum (IAADF) will be an ideal gateway, if your company wants to seriously work to establish your business networking with Iran Airports and Aviation sectors and not fall behind in the race, since the economic situation is changing in favour of the global investors with multiple business opportunities and incentives for their investment in the Emerging Islamic Republic of Iran.
IAADF will bring together the Iranian Civil Aviation Authority, Airport company, Ministry of Transport and local and foreign companies those are involved in providing airports and aviation sector services under one roof on the set date, which will provide an ideal business opportunity for all to source for the new technologies, technical expertise, sharing of knowledge, exposure to new products including equipment and demonstration of services. This event will be utilized by the senior officials from the Iranian government bodies to unveil the investment potential in the Iranian airports and civil aviation sectors to the global investors and to gain their confidence.
Date : 15th – 16th February -2017
Place : Parsian Hotel Azadi. Tehran,
Chamran Hwy, Iran.
Key Market Facts
The Head of Iran’s Civil Aviation Organization (CAO) has called for the private sector’s partnership in aviation development projects. Underlining his organization’s resolve to attract more investors to develop the country’s aviation industries.
Of the 47 existing Airports 27 will be undergoing rehabilitation and refurbishment with new terminals also coming up making Iran a dynamic hot spot for Airport development.
According to the Iranian Civil Aviation organization outlook, Iran may need to acquire 400-500 aircraft over the coming decade to meet its rapidly growing air traffic demand and to replace the older aircraft fleet in its airline industry.
Imam Khomeini International Airport, about 40 km southwest of the Iranian capital, currently has capacity for 6 million air travelers a year. The airport’s new terminal due to be built in five years will increase the capacity to 20 million passengers a year. New airports are planned in Araz Qom and Ikia Province to the tune of USD 6 billion.
Iran Airports Company (IAC), recently announced that the airport development projects worth US$2bn are planned in five airports in the cities of Tehran, Shiraz, Mashhad, Isfahan and Ahwaz.