Boeing Execs Head to Iran as Congress Cracks Down on Tehran’s Use of Planes For Terror

An Airbus A321 bearing the logo of Iran Air

Executives from major airplane manufacturers Boeing and AirBus will reportedly head to Iran next week to hammer down multi-billion dollar deals to sell the Islamic Republic a new fleet of commercial planes amid a congressional crackdown on Tehran’s continued use of commercial aircraft to transport weapons and terrorist fighters across the region.

Trump Admin Expected to Kill Landmark Boeing Plane Sales to Iran

An Airbus A321 bearing the logo of Iran Air

The Trump administration is coming under increased pressure from Congress to kill a landmark deal between Boeing and an Iranian airline known for engaging in terrorism over concerns the Western airline company would enable Tehran’s transfer of militant fighters across the region, according to multiple sources who told the Washington Free Beacon the administration is likely to nix the multi-billion dollar deal.

Boeing Reps Meet With Iranian Terror Leader Who Threatened to ‘Destroy’ U.S. Forces

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Leaders from the U.S. plane manufacturing company Boeing reportedly traveled to Tehran recently to meet with and sign a deal with a top former Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) member who threatened to blow up U.S. forces in the Persian Gulf region, raising new questions about the U.S. company’s continued efforts to ink multi-billion dollar deals with the Iranian regime.

Boeing Trying to Sell Planes to Leading Official of Iran’s Revolutionary Guard Corps

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U.S airline manufacturer Boeing is coming under renewed criticism following disclosures that its latest deal with Iran is being inked with a senior regime official and leading member of the country’s Revolutionary Guard Corps, which has sponsored terrorism across the Middle East and is responsible for helping to kill U.S. soldiers.

IranAir Takes Delivery of First Airbus Jet Post-Sanctions

The head of IranAir took delivery in France on Wednesday of the first Western airliner under an international sanctions deal, calling it a “sunny day” for relations between Iran and Europe and a memorable one for aviation in the nation of 80 million people.