First Brazilian chartered flight of travelers lands in Iran

April 14, 2018 - 20:22

TEHRAN – The first chartered flight of Brazilian travelers has been arrived in Iran, CHTN reported.

With 62 tourists and 14 crew members on board, the flight touched down in the historical city of Shiraz on Friday for a four-day tour, said Mohammad Moheb-Khodai, the deputy director of Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Organization.

“The travelers have previously been in Japan, China and India...heading for Italy and Morocco as their next legs of journey,” the official said.

“Pasargad Tours organizes their excursion while in Iran,” he added.

PHOTO: People visit tomb of Hafez, an illustrious 14th-century Persian poet, in Shiraz.


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