Iran Aviation Organization granted Mahan Air the license for establishing new flights from Shiraz to Dubai, said director general of Fars Province Airports.
Reza Badiei-Fard told on Friday that Mahan Air has been given necessary licenses to operate three two-way flights each week between the two cities.
Latest flight from Shiraz Ayatollah Dastgheib International Airport destined for foreign countries was from the city to Georgia (Tbilisi) which has started in recent weeks.
Asked about resumption of Shiraz-Muscat flights by the Kish Air, the official said no license has so far been issued for that.
As to the announcement of the Shiraz Department of Industry, Mine and Trade for establishing a cargo air link from Shiraz to Persian Gulf littoral states as of June, Badiei-Fard said that talks to that effect may have been conducted earlier but it can be verified once the license for that is issued by Iran Aviation Organization.