Claassen said the recent nuclear agreement signed by Iran and Group5+1 (the five permanent UN Security Council members plus Germany) in Geneva has provided a suitable opportunity for export of spare parts for Iranian passenger planes, the Islamic republic news agency reported.
He pointed out that, although the barriers to export of aircraft parts to Iran have not been lifted, but Airbus is determined to increase volume of aircraft parts for Iranian passenger planes.
Claassen further added that a delegation from Airbus Company is now visiting Iran to provide Iranian pilots and crews with the most updated training courses.
Civil aviation organization in every country is responsible for flight security and manufacturing companies can only put their experiences at the disposal of customers.
A group of technical experts from Airbus Company are now in Iran to hold the 21st training workshop in a bid to help increase flight security.
Airbus in contribution with Iran's flag carrier Iran Air set up a professional workshop on Monday.
Over 100 pilots, engineers and plane crews from eight active airliners took part in the workshop.
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