WASHINGTON—With a new U.S. administration and Congress set to take office in January, original equipment manufacturers are working methodically but quickly to line up all the necessary paperwork to earn licenses for aircraft sales to Iran. Airbus and Boeing are working meticulously to win U.S. licensing for aircraft sales to Iran, industry sources and observers say. While many aerospace and defense-sector participants expect Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton to win the White House, ...

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