BEIRUT, LEBANON (11:30 P.M.) – Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps’ Qeshm Airlines flew from Tehran to Damascus, tonight, Yoruk Isik of the Bosphorous Observer reporter.

According to Isik, the IRGC aircraft flew from Tehran’s Imam Khomeini International Airport to the Damascus International Airport, tonight, before flying back to the Iranian capital.

Isik added that the Boeing 747 aircraft used by the IRGC was recently acquired from Afghanistan via an Armenian intermediary.

Despite acquiring this 747, Boeing refused to sell the Iranian government their jets after the U.S. imposed sanctions against the Persian Gulf nation.

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The picture shows an Airbus A321…

“Despite acquiring this 747, Boeing refused to sell the Iranian government their jets after the U.S. imposed sanctions against the Persian Gulf nation. ”
=> Boeing has no choice
=> Airbus may have to take care too :
There are parts that may be built at Airbus’ factory in Alabama and onboard systems made in USA. US govt may attempt to block the export of these parts and also heavily fine Airbus