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Preparations for 3000 New Year holiday travellers

      The third meeting of the Norouz panel took place in Bandar Aftab, with the presence of the presidents of the six committees, Bandar Lengueh Governor General, Shibkouh district, officials of organisations operating in Bandar Lengueh, and also the executive manager of Bandar Aftab group of investors as the first private sector port. Positive decisions were made regarding welfare services for travellers and tourists in the Bandar Aftab-Kish return route. According to KFZO Office of Cultural Affairs and PR, Abol-Hassani, KFZO Social Deputy and the President of the special Norouz panel on Kish Island announced: “Kish Shipping Company will be ferrying passengers from Bandar Aftab (Aftab Port) to Kish”. He pointed out that 450-600 cars and two to three thousand tourists will be entering Kish during the Norouz holidays by three landing crafts and three high speed vessels daily from Bandar Aftab, and added: “Also, 450 people will be coming from Bandar Lengueh on the modern Tavous Ship to Kish daily. According to authorities, this number will increase to 900 during the Norouz holidays”. He also said: “A large car park has been provided in Bandar Aftab for the welfare of passengers who wish to leave their cars at the Port”. According to him, in order to prevent a rush of crowds, the number of ticket offices for sea travel will be increased from five to ten on Kish Island. Abol-Hassani reiterated: “The governorship of Bandar Lengueh will make plans for buoyants and small boats in the Chark-Kish route for the utmost safety of tourists under unsuitable weather conditions”. Bandar Aftab is the first private sector port of Iran, situated 18kms from Kish Island. It has been built with an investment of 40 billion toumans by the private sector.
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