According to ISNA, Iranian tour organizer, Ebrahim Pourfaraj said, "This is the first tourist airline to operate on this route to Iran using a private British plane with 62 Brazilian tourists and 14 crew members on board.
"The plane arrived in Iran on Friday (April 13) after stopovers in Japan, China and India. After a four-day stop in Fars Province, the plane will leave Iran for Italy, Morocco before returning to Brazil."
The airline, particularly meant for tourists, embarked on a one-way flight to Iran with tours of a few countries. It is organized by two Iranian and Brazilian tourist agencies. The flight is scheduled to continue and will probably bring tourists to Iran twice a year.