The MoU was signed by Iran Air's Managing Director Farzaneh Sharafbafi and Secretary General of the Iranian National UNESCO Commission Sa'dollah Nasiri Qeydari on Thursday.
Holding courses on citizenship ethics, education on tourism, specialized meetings on echotourism, geotourism and cultural tourism, and forums on aviation are among the articles of the MoU.
'All activities of Iran Air are based on giving services to people, on top of which are their safe transportation and respecting passengers' rights, Sharafbafi said.
Iran Air values having a link with an entity like UNESCO, and the company will try to change the passengers' views, she said.
Providing safe and calm flights for passengers is among the main priorities of Iran Air, she said.
Qeydari, for his part, welcomed the cooperation with Iran Air, and vowed that UNESCO will try to boost educational, scientific and cultural efforts in coordination with Iran Air.
The Iranian airliner, as the national commercial airline of the country, was founded in 1962.