The Boeing logo is seen at their head office in Chicago, in this April 24, 2013 file image.
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Iran has actually reached an agreement with U.S. planemaker Boeing to purchase 100 planes, and the 2 sides are awaiting approval by U.S. Treasury authorities, the head of Iran’s Civil Aeronautics Organisation said in remarks published by a state-run Iranian newspaper on Sunday. “Of the 250 (traveler) aircrafts in Iran, 230 have to be replaces,” Ali Abedzadeh told the everyday Iran, including that a composed agreement had been signed with Boeing to buy 100 aircraft.7 So far, Boeing has actually just been given authorization to present its items to Iranair and a handful of other airlines as it tries to overtake Europe’s Plane AIR.PA, which earlier in 2012 won a provisional offer for 118 jets worth $27 billion.
Reuters reported on June 6 that Iran was edging toward a historical offer to purchase jetliners from Boeing for the first time given that the 1979 Islamic Transformation and that an offer for more than 100 aircraft could be reached relatively soon.
( Reporting by Dubai Newsroom, Modifying by William Maclean and Andrew Heavens).