Emam Khomeini Airport

Imam Khomeini International Airport, as a alternative for Mehrabad International Airport, is located in Ray city, Tehran province, 30 kilometers from Tehran, between Tehran-Qom freeway on a 14-thousand-hectare site .
Imam Khomeini Airport is operated by Imam Khomeini Airport City Company and is the primary operating base for Iran Air, Mahan Air, Aseman Airlines, Qeshm Air, Caspian Airlines, Taban Airlines and Zagros Airlines. As of August 2014, Imam Khomeini Airport hosted more than 40 airlines connecting Tehran with more than 700 weekly flights to cities in more than 30 countries. Phase 1 of Imam Khomeini International Airport has an active passenger terminal with a handling capacity of 6.5 million passengers and 120,000 tons of cargo per year, and Phase 2 of the airport is also under construction. In Shahrivar 93, the connection bridge of phase 1 and 2 was put into use as a temporary terminal for pilgrims . 
Phase 1 of Imam Khomeini International Airport has an active passenger terminal with a capacity of 6.5 million passengers and 120,000 tons of cargo per year, and Phase 2 of the airport is under construction. In September 2014, Phase 1 and 2 connection bridge was used as a temporary terminal of pilgrims .

Airport facilities :.

The first active terminal is called Terminal 1, which handles a total of 6.5 million passengers and 120,000 tons of cargo annually .
The second active terminal is called the Salam Terminal and has a capacity of handling 5 million passengers per year. The terminal was supposed to be operational in June 2016, but its opening had to be postponed until June 2019 due to financial difficulties. Although the terminal was intended to be used solely for Hajj flights, according to Abbas Akhundi, Iran's then Minister of Roads and Urban Development, it was decided to be used for all flights. Salaam Airport Terminal was finally opened on June 18, 2019 with the presence of President and Mohammad Eslami, then Minister of Roads and Urban Development, and it was agreed that international flights will be conducted through this terminal from June 22, 2019. On August 14, 2019, the first domestic flight of the airport was launched on a test basis, from this terminal to Kish International Airport .
The third terminal, called the Iranshahr terminal, is currently in the study phase and will be built by Dutch company Netherlands Airport Consultants. The terminal will be able to handle 20 million passengers per year, and with the opening of this terminal, the capacity to handle passengers at Imam Khomeini Airport is expected to increase to 30 million passengers per year. Once opened, Terminal 1 will only be used for domestic flights .
Commercial Important Person (CIP) is a part of Imam Khomeini International Airport near Tehran, which is built on 7000 square meters and three floors, which is the most equipped CIP in the country. Passengers arriving and leaving Imam Khomeini International Airport who wish to relax after or before the flight can visit and use the well-equipped lounge of the ceremonies and facilities in it. Exhibitions. [3] The building is designed in three floors to allow passengers to rest in a quiet atmosphere along with the passengers or attendants without the need to perform normal airport operations .
Amenities :
• The airport has free internet service in the form of kiosks located in the flight section. The wireless internet system was launched in 2006, but the service was discontinued sometime later .
• The branch of Line 1 (Parand City Line), which connects the airport to the Tehran Metro network, was built by Tehran Municipality in 2017.
Information about daily flights of Imam Khomeini International Airport is available online via the airport website .

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Emam Khomeini Airport
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Introducing Station

Saman Air Services is the largest handling company in more than 14 major airports in the country .

Imam Khomeini station with 740 personnel since 1384 has been providing handling services (passenger reception, baggage acceptance, cargo delivery, cargo delivery, sending equipment to aircraft) to the contracting airlines .

Introduction Station Services

  • Managerial performance in station control
  • Passenger Services
  • Ramp Services
  • Loading, controlling and flight operations
  • Support Services
  • Protective measures
  • Cargo Services
  • Aviation and flight monitoring coordination