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images by António Martins-Tuválkin, 9 December 2006
based on images located by Bill Garrison, 19 September 2006
White flag with triangle on upper fly divided diagonally in four stripes of
increasingly darker blue (B--, B-, B and B+). On the center the company emblem,
a blue outline of a goose (?) in flight with upbowed wings above the company
name, in blue. Obverse (fly at the viewers left hand) with Persian lettering
written in the Arabic alphabet:
Large letters "آسمان" ("Āsman") above smaller "شر کت خرمات ھوازى کشور", if I got it correctly.
Reverse with lettering in Latin script, set in sans serif italic capitals:
"Iran" (smaller, at the left), "Aseman" (larger, centered) and "Airlines" (smaller, at the right). Goose flying to the left (=to the hoist), making this a two-sided flag (apart from the lettering); regular flags, unlike the table-top item presented, may be simply 2-dimentional with both designs in use.
António Martins-Tuválkin, 9 December 2006