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The "شرکت فرودگاهها و ناوبری هوایی ایرانر" (Iran Airports & Air Navigation
Company, IAC) formerly the Iran Airports Company, is a State-owned enterprise in
charge of civilian airports in the country. It was established in 1988 (1370 in
Persian calendar) and was called initially "عنوان شرکت مهندسی فرودگاههای"
(English: Airfield (Airport) Engineering Company). Since July 1, 1994, the word
"Engineering" was dropped from the name. Since 2004 it is a holding company. It
was dependent to the "وزارت راه و ترابری" (English: "Department (Ministry) of
Roads and Transportation, MRT" (official website:
http://www.mrt.ir)) and since June 27, 2011, when the MRT and the "وزارت
مسکن و شهرسازی" (English: "Department" (Ministry) of Housing and Urban
Development, MHUD, were merged to become the (English: Ministry of
Transportation and Housing) and then the Ministry evolved into the "وزارت راه و
شهرسازی" (English: "Ministry of Roads & City (Urban) Development, MRUD"
(official website: https://mrud.ir) it evolved
into the it became dependent on such organization."
The flag has two official versions:
- Horizontal white flag with logo (https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/e/e3/Iac_%281%29.gif) in the middle, and inscription with the name below in Persian language, as seen here (fourth flag from left to right): https://www.un.org.ir/images/All_Stories/UNDP/20171126-undp02.jpg (source: https://www.preventionweb.net/news/view/56117)
- Horizontal white flag with logo (https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/e/e3/Iac_%281%29.gif) in the middle, and inscription with the name below in English language, as seen here (first flag from left to right): https://www.un.org.ir/images/All_Stories/UNDP/20171126-undp04.jpg (source: https://www.preventionweb.net/news/view/56117)
For additional information go to IAC (official website): http://www.airport.ir/
Esteban Rivera, 30 November 2014