Lebanese transit trucks have been allowed to cross into Syria after being blocked for 47 days, The Daily Star reported.
Russia’s Rosaviatsia has become the latest aviation agency to ban flights of its aircrafts above Syrian grounds.
Some 51,000 containers transited through the two ports of Lattakia and Tartous in the first quarter of this year, a marked decline from last year.
A government committee has completed the preliminary field works required for the establishment of an airport near the city of Tartous, according to local news outlets.
For the second year in a row, Al-Ahliah Transport, one of Syria’s largest transport companies, has reported a steep decline in activity.
Royal Jordanian is changing the route of its flights between Beirut and Amman in order to avoid the Syrian airspace.
The market for new cars in Damascus dropped dramatically last year according to the city’s transport directorate.
The Syrian government has increased the cost of passenger and goods transport in the wake of the recent rise in the cost of gas oil.
Traffic at Syria’s two commercial maritime ports fell sharply last year, according to the Deputy Minister of Transport.
ICTSI, the operator of one of Syria’s two commercial maritime ports, is pulling out of the country, citing the rising violence.
The clashes that forced the Damascus International Airport to close down for the week-end will likely have long-term effect on its operations.
Damascus Cargo Village posted a decline of 31 percent in its revenues and a sharper reduction of 60 percent in its profits for the first nine months of this year.
Syria’s rail network is entirely out of service, Syria’s PM has said.
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