Mahan Air, Iran’s main private airline, said on Sunday (21) that it was the victim of a cyber attack but that it will still “keep” all its flights.
“Mahan Air’s computer system has suffered another attack,” the company said in a statement.
“All Magan flights are maintained, as planned,” added the company.
Created 30 years ago, Mahan Air is Iran’s largest private airline, after state-owned Iran Air, and has been on the negative list of US sanctions applied against Iran since 2011.
On October 26, a cyber attack paralyzed the fuel distribution system for a week.
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