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Iran - Canada Airbridge, 2018
This program, which runs six years after the last air-bridge in Parmes Airlines, is a complex and attractive collection of 144 different and non-repetitive routes that connect 6 of Iran's cities to 6 cities in Canada.
In this program, six airports in the country, including the airports of Tabriz, Isfahan, Shiraz, Ahwaz, Bandar Abbas, and Kish Island, with the assistance of six major European airports,
are connected to Toronto, Vancouver, Montreal, Winnipeg, Calgary, and Halifax.
The point is that the program is designed in such a way that the routes are arranged by specific protocols so that users can customize the program as a backpack the same way as the Hub and Spoke system or as a tour of 24 separate loops.
The total distance of the tour flights was estimated at around 420,000 nautical miles and the approximate time of completion of the tour is estimated at around 1000 hours.
Iran - Canada Airbridge, 2018, has begun on March 14, 2018, and will continue until further notice.
Parmiss Airlines Tours, Events and Awards of 2018 :
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Iran Regional & Domestic Flights 2018
The domestic and regional flights of Iran, including 658 domestic and regional flights, covering 16 cities and 14 neighboring cities of Iran.
During this program, the cities of Zahedan, Chabahar, Yazd, Tabriz, Urmia, Shiraz, Mashhad, Kerman, Bandar Abbas, Rasht, Isfahan, Kermanshah, Kish, Bushehr and Ahvaz, while connecting together,all will connect to 14 main cities in neighboring countries.
The flights of this tour all take less than 3 hours, and the total distance of the tour flights will be over 410000 nautical miles.
The domestic and regional flights for 2018 starts on July 15, 2018, and will continue until further notice.
Mashhad Triple Loop, 2018
The Mashhad Triple loop Tour consists of three independent flying programs, all of which originated from the "Hashemi Nejad" airport in Mashhad, and eventually led to the airport through various routes.
The first loop included 10 routes with a total distance of 26,500 nautical miles, leading to the city of Mashhad, passing through North Africa, Northern Europe, Canada, and North America, South America, South Africa, and eventually the Middle East. The airports used in this loop, all have runways of more than 10,000 feet, equipped with an Instrument landing system (ILS) and as well as large gates and ramps.
The second loop began from Mashhad's origin and was re-directed to Mashhad using 13 routes in the Middle East, Russia, and South-East Asia, at a distance of approximately 17,500 nautical miles. The airports used in this loop have a runway of fewer than ten thousand feet and are equipped with an Instrument landing system like the first loop. All these airports have intermediate gates and ramps.
But in the third ring, 15 routes in Central and Western Europe, with a distance of about 17,000 nautical miles, provided a more challenging route.
The selected airports for the third ring had a band of up to 9,000 feet and some were not equipped with an automatic landing system.
A total of about 150 hours of time was required to take part in the "Mashhad Triple Circle 2018" tour. Participants in the tour covered more than 60,000 nautical miles in different climates and conditions. The tour began on April 1, 2018, and ended on November 30, 2018.