Welcome to DesiAirfare.com

   Discount International Airfares to Iran

 Discounted International Airfares to Iran
 www.DesiAirfare.com

 Honesty is our policy

Consolidator Airfares to Iran
Abadan | Ahvaz | Hamadan | Isfahan | Kerman | Mashhad | Qazvin | Shiraz | Tabriz | Tehran | Yazd

Travel agents, please click here!Globe         
TRAVEL INFORMATION | AIRLINE NUMBERS | CONTACT US
HOME ABOUT US AIRFARE HELP/FAQs DEALS & OFFERS
Cheap Airline Tickets

Looking for a discounted consolidator airfare to Iran?

Let desiairfare.com find it for you.

We work with over 25 Airlines to find you the lowest airfare for Iran.

Major Airlines

DesiAirfare.com deals with
over 25 major airlines:


International Airfare

Lufthansa, Air France, Delta Airline, Turkish Airline, Gulf Air, British Airways, Emirates, Air France, American Airline, Delta Airline, Continental Airline, etc...

Discounted International Airfare from Consolidators

DesiAirfare.com is an online travel agency specializing in discounted consolidator airfares to many Iranian destinations such as Abadan, Ahwaz, Hamadan, Isfahan, Kerman, Mashad, Qazvin, Shiraz, Tabriz, Tehran, Yazd.

We work with the most reputable consolidators and airlines including Air India, Air France, Air Zimbabwe, Alitalia, American Airlines, British Airways, Cameroon Airways, China Airlines, Continental Airlines, Delta Air, Egypt Air, Ethiopian Airlines, Gulf Air, Kenya Airways, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, Korean Air, Kuwait Airways, Lufthansa, Malaysian Airlines, Middle East Airlines, Northwest Airlines, Pakistan International Airlines (PIA), Qantas Airways, Royal Jordanian Airlines (ALIA), Saudi Arabian Airlines, Scandinavian Airlines, Singapore Airlines, South African Airways, Swiss Air, Turkish Airlines, United Airlines, US Airways, Virgin Atlantic Airways, and Zambia Airways to find you the most discounted international airline tickets.

We do offer the lowest available discounted, consolidator airfares in the market. Best Prices & Excellent Service and everything online!
Cheap Airfare

Searching for international discount tickets?

International Travel Information

REQUEST A AIRFARE QUOTE


* Required Information

Your Travel Plans

          
*From:
*Date:  
*To:
  *Date:  
Adult: Children:
Infants: Class:
 

Your Contact Information

*First Name: 
*Last Name:  
*Email: 
(exp: smith@domain.com)
*Phone: 
xxx-xxx-xxxx
Comments:

 

 

By submitting your airfare request to multiple consolidators, we can very quickly assure you the the absolute lowest prices on many international airlines. We are the travel expert looking to save you hundreds of dollars on international airfares.

An authorize travel representative will send you some pricing options shortly via email.

from U.S. Department of State

Loading...
More Travel Warnings    |   More Travel Alerts

Entry / Exit Requirements for Iran from U.S. Department of State


Should you decide to travel to Iran despite the current Travel Warning, a passport, valid for six months beyond duration of stay, and visa are required, except for travel to Kish Island where a visa is not required. Travelers should not attempt to enter mainland Iran from Kish without a visa. To obtain a visa, contact the Iranian Interests Section of the Embassy of Pakistan located at 2209 Wisconsin Ave. NW, Washington, DC. 20007; tel. 202-965-4990, 91, 92, 93, 94, 99; fax 202-965-1073, 202-965-4990 (Automated Fax-On-Demand after office hours).

U.S. citizens traveling to Iran are fingerprinted upon entry. The Iranian press has reported that foreign tourists may obtain seven-day tourist visas at the airport in Tehran. However, U.S. citizens are not eligible to receive these visas and must obtain valid visas from the Iranian Interests Section in Washington. Note: possession of a valid Iranian visa will not guarantee entry into the country. Some American travelers with valid visas have been refused entry at the border without explanation.

U.S. passports are valid for travel to Iran. However, the Iranian government does not recognize dual nationality and will treat U.S. - Iranian dual nationals solely as Iranian citizens subject to Iranian laws. Thus, U.S. citizens who were born in Iran, who became naturalized citizens of Iran (e.g., through marriage to an Iranian citizen), and children of such persons—even those without Iranian passports who do not consider themselves Iranian—are considered Iranian nationals by Iranian authorities. Therefore, despite the fact that these individuals hold U.S. citizenship, under Iranian law, they must enter and exit Iran on an Iranian passport, unless the Iranian government has recognized a formal renunciation or loss of Iranian citizenship. Dual nationals may be subject to harsher legal treatment than visitors with only U.S. citizenship. (See section on Special Circumstances below.)

As a precaution, it is advisable for U.S. - Iranian dual nationals to obtain, in their Iranian passports, the necessary visas for the countries they will transit upon their return to the United States so that if their U.S. passports are confiscated in Iran, they may depart Iran with their Iranian passport. These individuals can then apply for a new U.S. passport in the country they are transiting.

Dual nationals whose U.S. passports are confiscated may also obtain a “Confirmation of Nationality” from the U.S. Interests Section of the Embassy of Switzerland, the U.S. protecting power. This statement, addressed to the relevant foreign embassies in Tehran, enables the travelers to apply for third-country visas in Tehran. Dual nationals finding themselves in this situation should note in advance that the Swiss Embassy would issue this statement only after the traveler's U.S. nationality is confirmed and after some processing delay. Dual nationals must enter and depart the United States on U.S. passports.

Visa extensions are time-consuming and must be filed at least one week in advance of the expiration date. As of March 21, 2006, a foreign national and anyone accompanying him/her will pay a fine of 300,000 rials or 30,000 tomans per day for each day of unauthorized stay in Iran.

All Iranian nationals, including U.S. - Iranian dual nationals, must have an exit permit stamped in their Iranian passports to depart Iran. The stamp is affixed to the Iranian passport when it is issued and remains valid until the expiration date of the passport. All Iranian nationals residing abroad, including U.S. - Iranian dual nationals, are no longer required to pay an exit tax regardless of the duration of their stay in Iran. More specific information on Iranian passport and exit visa requirements may be obtained from the Iranian Interests Section of the Embassy of Pakistan in Washington, D.C.

We offer Discounted International Airfare from Consolidators for the following destinations:
Tehran, Mashhad, Esfahan, Tabriz, Shiraz, Ahvaz, Qom, Kermanshah, Zahedan, Orumiyeh, Rasht, Kerman, Hamadan, Arak, Yazd, Ardabil, Bandar-e Abbas, Qazvin, Sanandaj, Zanjan, Khorramabad, Abadan, Dezful, Borujerd, Kashan, Gorgan, Sari, Sabzevar, Amol, Babol, Khoy, Neyshabur, Bushehr, Qacemshahr, Malayer, Sirjan, Ilam, Masjed-e Soleyman, Bojnurd, Maragheh, Bukan, Andimeshk, Birjand, Khorramshahr, Saqqez, Zabol, Gonbad-e Qabus, Mahabad, Shahrud, Saveh, Marv Dasht, Rafsanjan, Bandar-e Mahshahr, Behbahan, Jahrom, Shahr-e Kord, Semnan, Bandar-e Anzali, Miandoab
HOME ABOUT US AIRFARE HELP/FAQ DEALS & OFFERS AIRLINE NUMBERS TRAVEL INFORMATION CONTACT US  
2006 Copyright DESI Travel, LLC All Rights Reserved   PRIVACY POLICY & PROCEDURES