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Iranian Saha Airlines 747 Serial Number 21486 (CPN-7962/EP-SHB) Arrived In Beirut 6 AUGUST 2020


On August 6, an Iranian 747 with the serial number 21486 and operated by Saha Airlines (CPN-7962/EP-SHB) appeared to head into Beirut, although it had no destination or point of origin marked for open-source flight-tracking applications. It was an Iran Cargo 747 that is usually on a “Damascus express” route, according to journalist Avi Scharf, who often tracks flights in the region.Source

3 Iranian planes landed in Beirut after explosion – what did they bring?

Large Iranian planes, including 747s, have been flying into Beirut in the wake of the massive explosion that killed hundreds and wounded thousands. They appear to be joining an international airlift that has brought medical and search-and-rescue support for Lebanon.

However, Iran’s media, usually quick to propagandize any Iranian accomplishment, has been silent on what the planes brought. This adds to a mystery of why so many large Iranian planes suddenly arrived in Beirut and leads to questions about whether they may be using the crisis as a cover. Source

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Posted by dxv515 August 09, 2020IRANIAN FARS AIR QESHM QFZ9964 (REGISTRATION EP-FAB) BOEING 747 LANDED IN BEIRUT 5 AUGUST 2020



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