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Old September 21st, 2009, 08:08 AM   #261
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you misunderstand it

I meant we can get technologie from them so that ONE DAY we can make our own BIG planes. and Give our own people jobs in Iran. so than we can fill our own (Iranian) pockets
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Old September 21st, 2009, 09:05 AM   #262
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you misunderstand it

I meant we can get technologie from them so that ONE DAY we can make our own BIG planes. and Give our own people jobs in Iran. so than we can fill our own (Iranian) pockets
amen! haha that would an amazing accomplishment... be omid khoda that day will come
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Old September 21st, 2009, 12:04 PM   #263
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We can never build bigger planes (80>passengers), because it is not economical... .
I completely agree with this. No foreign airline is going to place a big order from iran and just iranian airlines ordering these aircraft wont be economical.
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Old September 21st, 2009, 05:37 PM   #264
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I completely agree with this. No foreign airline is going to place a big order from iran and just iranian airlines ordering these aircraft wont be economical.
yes there are:

Afghanistan
Syria
Korea
African Countries
Eastern europen countries.

they will and if we get better and better in it we will sell to others to....

it's the same with the Iran car industry.

the car industry is a big economical issue for Iran.

also if we don't try we never know it!

why do you people think Iran is bad and can't do anything???!!!

HELLLLLLOOOOOOOOOOOO IT IS YOUR COUNTRY.

Be proud that we will make our own planes!!

Iran is an independent powerful country why should we think we can do less than others??

we can have a bad government but that doesn't mean our planes will be trash!!

we have one of the best engineers and stuff of the whole world!
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Old September 21st, 2009, 05:38 PM   #265
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amen! haha that would an amazing accomplishment... be omid khoda that day will come
that day is already started...

just look at HESA with their IRAN-140
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Old September 21st, 2009, 06:15 PM   #266
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why do you people think Iran is bad and can't do anything???!!!
I have never questioned that iran is bad and can't do anything at all. What I'm trying to say is that a commercial aircraft is not economical to build in iran. I love the country my parents came from and love the many things coming out of it, but one thing I will never see coming out is aircraft that will rival Boeing or Airbus.
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Iran is an independent powerful country why should we think we can do less than others??
I'm not saying that we will do less than others but that the govt and shysters will either only do it for their own benefit or involve themselves in a bad way with any projects

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we have one of the best engineers and stuff of the whole world!
I agree with that completely as I have personal family friends and family relations working in engineering.

on another note:

http://avherald.com/h?article=42019e8e&opt=0

anyone have any idea in what circumstance smoke fills a aircrafts cabin and what causes it?
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Old September 22nd, 2009, 12:44 AM   #267
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ok but you must know Iran already made passenger planes the IRAN-140 under licence of HESA.

ok maybe it will not be a rival of airbus and boeing for now but that can change in the future...

anyway if we can build planes for our own need is good to...

it's better than we have now anyway...

ps: thanks for the link
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Old September 22nd, 2009, 12:51 AM   #268
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Iran buys 7 Boeings

Iran's airlines company has leased 15 new passenger planes of Boeing and Airbus, the Iranian television website quoted the head of the Iranian civil aviation, Ilhani Mohammad Ali, as saying.


"A total of 7 planes of Boeing MD and 8 - Airbus have been bought. These aircraft will replace 15 old passenger planes," said Ilhani.


In the Iranian city of Gazvin, on July 15, the airliner with 168 people crashed. A total of 1,610 people died during the plane crashes in Iran over the past 30 years, reported the Iranian Service for Flight Safety.


After the last accident, the Iranian Parliament asked the government not to buy the used passenger aircrafts. The members of the Parliament considered important to thoroughly check aircrafts in accordance with standards, as well as to attract professional specialists to the flights, and not to purchase the old aircraft.

http://en.trend.az/regions/iran/1544676.html
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Old September 22nd, 2009, 09:42 AM   #269
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Iran's airlines company has leased 15 new passenger planes of Boeing and Airbus, the Iranian television website quoted the head of the Iranian civil aviation, Ilhani Mohammad Ali, as saying.


"A total of 7 planes of Boeing MD and 8 - Airbus have been bought. These aircraft will replace 15 old passenger planes," said Ilhani.


In the Iranian city of Gazvin, on July 15, the airliner with 168 people crashed. A total of 1,610 people died during the plane crashes in Iran over the past 30 years, reported the Iranian Service for Flight Safety.


After the last accident, the Iranian Parliament asked the government not to buy the used passenger aircrafts. The members of the Parliament considered important to thoroughly check aircrafts in accordance with standards, as well as to attract professional specialists to the flights, and not to purchase the old aircraft.

http://en.trend.az/regions/iran/1544676.html
any idea what models they are and when we'll see them in service?
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Old September 22nd, 2009, 10:50 AM   #270
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Iran buys 7 Boeings

Iran's airlines company has leased 15 new passenger planes of Boeing and Airbus, the Iranian television website quoted the head of the Iranian civil aviation, Ilhani Mohammad Ali, as saying.


"A total of 7 planes of Boeing MD and 8 - Airbus have been bought. These aircraft will replace 15 old passenger planes," said Ilhani.


In the Iranian city of Gazvin, on July 15, the airliner with 168 people crashed. A total of 1,610 people died during the plane crashes in Iran over the past 30 years, reported the Iranian Service for Flight Safety.


After the last accident, the Iranian Parliament asked the government not to buy the used passenger aircrafts. The members of the Parliament considered important to thoroughly check aircrafts in accordance with standards, as well as to attract professional specialists to the flights, and not to purchase the old aircraft.

http://en.trend.az/regions/iran/1544676.html
NO WAY!!! haha thats great news lol and the funny thing is we have been discussing this for past couple days here too.. hope its true and we will see these new aircrafts soon.. any idea when?
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Old September 22nd, 2009, 06:19 PM   #271
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haha yes indeed
I think it will be in the next two months....

anyway they will not be brand new but if we have some luck maybe their are than some A330s in it
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Old September 22nd, 2009, 08:39 PM   #272
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haha yes indeed
I think it will be in the next two months....

anyway they will not be brand new but if we have some luck maybe their are than some A330s in it
what they have been begging for, for the past 9 years

But I doubt A330's will suffice. Yeah, they may be used on domestic routes considering the fact there never is a free domestic seat, but international something like the 773 or the 744 will suffice. would love to see IRA livery on a T7
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why do they use the name boeing md instead of boeing?
maybe it does mean they will get some md's?
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why do they use the name boeing md instead of boeing?
maybe it does mean they will get some md's?
because MD was brought by Boeing
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Boeing Boeing Boeing..... They're not all that. Not as good as Airbus anyway...
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WOW very nice!!! Thanks x
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Iran's airlines company has leased 15 new passenger planes of Boeing and Airbus, the Iranian television website quoted the head of the Iranian civil aviation, Ilhani Mohammad Ali, as saying.


"A total of 7 planes of Boeing MD and 8 - Airbus have been bought. These aircraft will replace 15 old passenger planes," said Ilhani
The 7 'Boeings' or MD80s and at least 6 of the Airbuses are ex China Southern aircraft bought by Iran Air. The Airbuses that I know of are A300-600Rs (one freighter). I dont know what the other two Airbuses are. Maybe they are 2 of the 9 ex LH A300-600s still stored at Dresden after Mahan Air took 4. Or perhaps they have found two more A320s from somewhere.
They are starting to appear on this fleet list.



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I was hoping for new boeing aircraft like 737's

oh well
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American planes for Iranian peace?

Iranian media say the United States offered 20 Boeing aircraft in an attempt to soothe Tehran amid an impasse on its nuclear programme. And though it might never have happened, it quickly inflamed the republic’s hardliners.

TEHRAN // An unconfirmed Iranian report claims the US has offered to sell 20 new Boeing aircraft and aeroplane parts worth $2.5 billion (Dh9bn) to Iran as a show of good will in order to put an end to the long-running disputes over Iranian assets frozen in the US and encourage direct talks with the US.

“The messages from the US president to Iran about delivering the planes were sent after the finalisation of the results of the presidential elections,” Fars News Agency on Saturday quoted an “informed source” as saying.

The source also told Fars News Agency that some of the aircraft and spare parts were being delivered to Iran through Venezuela.

The Venezuelan president, Hugo Chávez, visited Tehran for a second time after Iran’s June presidential elections last week during which he met with Iran’s supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, and the president, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.

The planes and spare parts are to be paid for from the Iranian assets in the US that were frozen nearly 30 years ago following the seizure of the US embassy in Tehran by radical students, the source claimed.

Mohammad Ali Ilkhani, the head of the Civil Aviation Organisation, however, was quoted by Mehr News Agency on Saturday as denying that there had been any proposal to sell aircraft to Iran. Yesterday, the organisation’s spokesman, Reza Jafarzadeh, was quoted by Fars News Agency as saying that his organisation had yet not received any “orders or reports about the details of [the US] pledge to deliver the aircraft” and declined to make any further comments regarding the subject.

Whether or not the US puts an end to its embargo on Iran’s aviation industry by delivering new aircraft to replace its dilapidated fleet, does not seem to convince Iran’s hardliners of American good will towards Iran.

“The US statesmen and President Obama himself should not doubt even for a minute that the Iranian nation and officials are not prepared as much as a grain to make any concessions regarding their four preconditions [for starting direct talks],” the hardline Jomhuri Eslami newspaper wrote in an editorial yesterday, while saying the number of planes involved was 16.

The editorial said the conditions required for rapprochement with the US included an apology for interfering in Iranian affairs during the 25 years before the Islamic Revolution and for supporting the Shah, a pledge not to interfere in Iran’s affairs, the release of the frozen Iranian assets in the US and a pledge not to interfere with Iran’s nuclear activities or its relationship with the International Atomic Energy Agency.

“Mr Obama has resorted to such a scheme probably because of Iran’s need to [have new] passenger planes and thinks that with this candy stick he can sweeten the mouths of Iranian officials and gobble up $12 billion of the assets of the Iranian nation,” the paper wrote.

Iran continues to demand that the nuclear issue be excluded from talks with the United States and other western powers.

“The Iranians have a responsibility to the international community to walk away from their illicit nuclear weapons programme and that will be the focus from the US side in talks,” the White House press secretary, Robert Gibbs, said on Saturday while welcoming Iran’s agreement to sit down to direct talks with the six world powers.

“This may not have been a topic they wanted to be brought up, but I can assure you it’s a topic that we’ll bring up,” Mr Gibbs added. “That’s our goal.”

The remarks were made only a few hours after Iran’s foreign minister, Manouchehr Mottaki, said there was a possibility of talks with western powers based on the contents of Iran’s package of proposals, “should conditions be ripe”, and his avowal that no compromise was to be made regarding the country’s uranium enrichment programme.

President Ahmadinejad reiterated yesterday that Iran does not intend to talk to the West about anything other than what was listed in Iran’s five-page proposal for talks last week.

“Iran will not negotiate about its inalienable right, but we are prepared to talk about international co-operation for solving global economic and security issues and believe these problems cannot be resolved without participation of everyone,” he said during a ceremony held to receive the credentials of Simon Gass, the new British ambassador to Tehran.

Yesterday, the Turkish foreign minister, Ahmet Davutoglu, said Ankara was ready to host talks between Iran and world powers on Tehran’s latest proposal. According to a press release from Iran’s National Security Council quoted by IRNA, Mr Davutoglu made the offer during his meeting with Saeed Jalili, Iran’s top nuclear negotiator.

The minister, who was wrapping up a two-day visit, hoped the negotiations would start “as soon as possible and said Turkey is ready to host the talks”, the statement issued after he met Mr Jalili said.

The Iranian package presented to the six world powers – the UN, US, Britain, China, France and Germany – proposes talks on global nuclear disarmament among other things, but makes no reference to any discussion about the country’s uranium enrichment programme.

http://www.thenational.ae/apps/pbcs....709139843/1140
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