Iran Airports and Air Navigation Company

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Iran Airports and Air Navigation company" (IAC) , established on 1988, is affiliated to the ministry of road and transportation and is already run by public company’s laws and regulations. IAC is considered as a holding company enjoying independent financial and legal structure. the company is the owner of 54 important airports around the country mostly located in main cities of Iran.

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