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Tehran - A first Airbus aircraft arrived in Iran on Thursday as part of a huge order placed after the lifting of international sanctions on the Islamic republic.

The plane to be used for internal flights landed at Tehran's Mehrabad airport.

Iran Air chief executive officer Farhad Parvaresh has said the airline expects to receive several more planes before the end of the Iranian year on March 20.

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