Isfahan Airport Facts
The Isfahan international airport is located in Isfahan, Iran and has got named after the scholar and a jurist who crafted the architecture of the constitution of Iran, Dr Seyyed Mohammed Hosseini Beheshti. The airport is indeed a single storied building with very limited resources, but the terminals are being renovated and made flexible to receive international flights every year. After Tehran, Isfahan is the second busiest and populated area in Iran and the Isfahan airport is the gateway for the province with about one million populations. The airport is all set to operate flights internationally less only to the Middle Eastern region. As of now, the farthest region that could be travelled from this air base is Africa, which is soon to get expanded to cover the whole of Europe.
Arrival and departure
Isfahan is a rapidly developing province in terms of technology and production of high quality steel and tough alloys. It attracts tourists through its lovely architecture and its ancient temples. The city is also known for its textiles and handicrafts and attracts tourists to fly towards it every year. The main airlines that run across this airport are theÂ Caspian airlines, Tailwind airlines, Fars Qeshm air, Zagros airlines, Free bird airlines, Taban air, Iran air and Iran air tours, Turkquaz airlines, Saudi Arabian airlines, Jazeera airlines, Mahan air, Kish air etc. these airlines cover the entire middle eastern provinces.