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Buy Flights in Iranian rial with Alternative Airlines

Pay for your flights with Iranian Rial (IRR) at Alternative Airlines. We allow you to search, buy and view flight prices in Iranian rial for the whole booking process — regardless of where in the world you're buying from.

Please be aware: we don’t accept payments through Stripe or Klarna on flights departing from and/or arriving at destinations within Cuba, Iran, North Korea, Syria or the Crimea Region.

How to Book flights in Iranian rial

Complete these two simple steps to start searching flights in Iranian rial.

STEP 1

Open our currency changer by clicking on the default currency highlighted in red at the top of the page. Search for Iranian rial in the search bar and click on the IRR symbol to change currencies.

Fill out all the details for the search you want to make and click 'search flights'.

Alternative Airlines currency changer Iranian Rial

STEP 2

On the next page, you'll be able to see all available fares with the price displayed in Iranian rial. Select the flight that you want and confirm your selection.

Once you've selected your flight, just follow the instructions on the screen to complete your booking and pay with IRR.

Alternative Airlines Iranian Rial search results page

About Iranian rial (IQD)

The Iranian rial is the primary currency used in Iran. The first use of the Iranian rial dates back to 1798. However, in 1825, the rial was discontinued and the country started using the qiran. Eventually, in 1923, Iran went back to using the rial, but as an updated currency. Iran has used the second Iranian rial as its national currency ever since.

Although Iranian currency is always exchanged and written in the rial, most Iranians refer to the value of money and the prices of goods in 'tomans'. A 'toman' used to be an official currency in Iran, but is no longer used. One toman is equal to the value of 10 rials.