Second Airbus 321 Joins Kish Air Fleet
Kish Island, November 14, 2016- Kish Air fleet has been equipped with another Airbus 321 as part of efforts to boost the Kish-based international airline.
According to the Public Relations and International Affairs Department of Kish Free Zone Organization, the latest development comes as part of efforts to modernize the fleet of Kish Airlines.
So far, 2 Airbus 321 jets have joined Kish Air fleet. A321 was made in 2006 and typically accommodates 170 passengers.
Kish Free Zone Organization purchased two 321 Airbuses earlier this year in line with KFZO's policy to boost tourism in the Persian Gulf island of Kish and offer favorable services to the tourists.
Kish Airlines, which is owned by the KFZO, operates from Kish island in southern Iran.
Kish Air fleet has 14 airliners including two A321, two A320, seven MD (Boeing) and 3 fokker100 passenger planes.
PR & Int'l Affairs Department- KFZO