British Airways has opened a new ticketing office in Tehran a year after it resumed flights to the capital city Tehran, the UK’s flag carrier announced on Saturday.
British Airways’ Head of Sales, Asia Pacific and the Middle East Robert Williams said the new office aimed at increasing customers’ convenience, providing them with more options and improving quality of the services to them.
‘British Airways has a long history of flying to Iran. Since the relaunch of our operations a year ago, we are delighted to be able to further serve our customers with the opening of the new ticketing office,’ he said.
‘Customers from Tehran can choose to fly to London or onwards to any of the 200 destinations worldwide in our network,’ he added.
‘The UK national carrier operates a four-cabin Boeing 777 between Imam Khomeini international Airport (IKA) in Tehran and the airline’s hub at London Heathrow’s Terminal,’ the official added.