My feeling is that an exotic route like THR-GOT-THR, flown by a 747-SP, can´t be profitable. Let us see some of the arguments:
1. An once-a-week flight hardly cover the fixed-operational costs of running an airline in any site. It has to keep employees, management and facilities. Even if Iran Air outsorces these services, I doubt it can break-even.
2. It is difficult to see enough economic, political and cultural sinergy between THR and GOT. The Iranian community isn´t that large in Sweden(for example, the Punjabi community in Vancouver, Canada represents over 10% of the local population and there are no direct flights from YVR to India yet!). Also, none of the two locations are key players as regional hubs to helping capitalize and distribute traffic. Besides all that, Iran Air does not have any major code-share agreements, which could generate some extra revenue in this route.
3. The type of aircraft used in this flight suggests that, under normal circunstances, it must yield high load factors and expensive fares everytime it takes off in order to make any cash.
4. Finally, the scenario got even darker for non-traditional international routes after Spt/11.
Anyways... Those are just my thoughts!
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