The fleet of Syrian Arab Airlines has been reduced to three aircrafts after the US Government intervened to ground the engines of two of the planes that were under repair in Germany, The Syria Report has learned.
The Ministry of Transport has extended until December 3, 2009, the call for an expression of interest for the design, construction, operation and maintenance of two international motorways.
TICT has said that the number of shipping firms using its services was continuing to grow.
Tartous International Container Terminal has announced that it was set to take delivery of two quay cranes.
After repeated failures to buy European manufactured airplanes, Syrianair, the national carrier, is looking again at procurements from Russia.
The number of 20’ containers handled by TICT, the company operating the container terminal of the Port of Tartous rose 44 percent year-on-year in the first half of this year.
Cham Wings Airlines has added a new 160-passenger capacity aircraft to its fleet.
Syria’s two largest ports, Lattakia and Tartous, saw their activities grow in the first half of this year.
Direct flights between Germany and Syria have resumed following the launch of a bi-weekly service between Damascus and each of Dusseldorf and Berlin by Blue Wings Airlines, an independent carrier.
Gulf Air, Bahrain's national carrier, has announced that it will run flights to Aleppo starting July 2, 2009.
Flydubai, Dubai's first low-cost airline, has announced that it will run daily flights to Aleppo starting July 13.
Kuwait’s Wataniya Airways inaugurated its first flight to Damascus on June 3, according to a press release from the company.
SYRIAMAR, or the Syrian General Establishment of Maritime Transport, will acquire two new vessels for its fleet at a cost of USD 42.5 million.
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