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Caspian Airlines, who is based in Tehran, Iran, operates more than 50 scheduled flights each week between the cities of Iran as well as international flights to Hungary, UAE, Syria, Ukraine, Armenia, Belarus and Turkey. The airline currently focuses its operations on the business centres of Iran, and also main tourist destinations. There may not be much in the way of tourism in Iran right now but the interesting places of waiting and willing and waiting to be explored by the brave and intrepid traveler. Caspian Airlines flies between all major places of interest making travel easy and convenient. Don’t attempt a do-it-yourself trip, go as part of an organised and approved group with a qualified guide from a reliable tour company.

Caspian operates a fleet of Tupolev 154M aircraft which are designed for medium range flights and with a capacity of 140 to 180 passengers so they are well suited to the airlines' route network. They also have two MD82 aircraft.

As a full-service airline in-flight meals are provided appropriate to the duration of the flight and the time of day, food ranges from kebabs and traditional Iranian to international-style catering.

Baggage Policy

Caspian Airlines has a different baggage policy for carry-on and checked baggage.

Carry-on Baggage

Your hand baggage must not exceed 7kg in weight or 55 x 35 x 25cm in size.

Checked Baggage

Passengers are permitted checked luggage of up to 20kg per passenger.

Cabin Classes

The airline only offers standard (economy) seating.

Economy Facilities

Economy Class on board will offer passengers a smooth and enjoyable flight experience. A catering service is also provided, giving passengers high-quality of food during their flight. The specific meals will depend on the time of day and duration of the flight, but there is the options of both hot and cold food on board.

What are Economy Seats Like?

Seats are arranged in a 3-3 formation, giving passengers enough room between seats in front and to the side.


Caspian Airlines only operates an airport check-in service for their flights.

Online Check-in

Caspian Airlines does not currently offer an online check-in service.

Airport Check-in

Check-in can be completed at the airport at least 2 hours before the flight and closes 45 minutes prior to departure.

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Caspian Airlines operate a fleet of four Tupolev 154M medium range aircraft and two McDonnel Douglas MD82 aircraft.


30th April 2018

Caspian Airlines want European ban to be lifted

In 2015, Caspian Airlines was blacklisted by the European Commision, preventing the airline from flying within the European airspace. Following a revision of the blacklist on 14th June 2018, Caspian Airlines remains as one of the airlines that are banned from Europe and Caspian Airlines don't know why.

Speaking on the matter, Director General of Caspian Airlines, Miran Farid, stated that he believes there's no reason why Caspian Airlines should remain on the blacklist, the airline has invited the European Commission to do an inspection of the airline, but apparently they've declined. Farid added that although Caspian Airlines were not taken off the blacklist in the recent revision, the airline is in talks to get a thorough inspection in November this year and remain confident that they'll be allowed to fly within Europe in 2019.