Suggestion: Travel to Esfahan or Yazd first and from anyone to the other and put Shiraz at the end and fly back to Tehran from Shiraz.
there is no flight in these ways
The order to visit these cities is still free. I'm interested in flying between these cities - but I'm looking for airlines which are operating Tristar, B727, B747-100, A300 B2/B4, TU 154B/M and other vintage aircrafts.
I was checking webpages - but most aren't in English language.
Who can help to find flights with those aircrafts?
You can still catch some A300B2/B4s of Iran Air and Mahan Air flying out of Tehran to some high density routes like Tabriz, Ahwaz, Bandar-e Abbas or Mashhad. Unfortunately you have missed B707 (Saha Air used to operate it up to something like two years ago), B747 and TU154B/M. Check flightstats.com
Their website is actually in English . I looked . From Tehran to Shiraz iranair flies mostly with A320 and Fokker 100 .
There is only some flights with A300 -B4 .
15:55 17:45 Tehran Shiraz 2014-04-01 2014-04-08 IR232 AB4 Y
15:15 17:05 Tehran Shiraz 2014-04-15 2014-09-16 IR232 AB4 Y.
14:15 16:05 Tehran Shiraz 2014-09-23 2014-10-21 IR232 AB4 Y
And they are only on Tuesday'sEdited: 29 June 2014, 10:16
Just one AB4 to Tabriz today (Iran Air). Mahan Air aircraft are not indicated somehow.
Other people told what you need so I am gonna talk about 'availability' outside Iran. What I mean, is you, foreigner cannot make a book on flight ticket outside Iran due to economic sanctions. So if you want to purchase any domestic or iranian-operated , you may contact travel agencies. This time I also used their services to get ticket of flight (Aseman Airline) and train.
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