Imam Khomeini International Airport

Tehran Imam Khomeini International Airport (IATA: IKA, ICAO: OIIE) is the main international airport of Iran, located 30 kilometres southwest of the city of Tehran, on a 13,500-hectare (135 km2) site. 
It was designed to replace Mehrabad International Airport, which is in the west of the city, now inside the city boundaries. 
The airport, operated by the Iranian Airports Holding Company, is the home base of Iran Air, Meraj Airlines, Mahan Air, Iran Aseman Airlines, Qeshm Airlines, Taban Air, Caspian Airlines, and Zagros Airlines. As of August 2014, Imam Khomeini International Airport serves more than 40 airlines operating over 850 of weekly flights connecting Tehran to cities in over 30 countries and territories worldwide.