The Syrian Prime Minister, Naji Otri, inaugurated last week the completion of works in a tunnel that will ease traffic congestion in the Kafr Sousseh district of Damascus.  
The Ministry of Transport has released half year figures for various sectors of the transport industry.
The Tartous Containers Terminal handled 62,299 TEUs in 2009, an increase of 53.4 percent compared to 2008.
Amadeus Syria, has announced that it had launched a new SMS-based service to help Syrian travel agents update their customers on their travel plans.
On July 5 we published a limited list of car dealers in Syria. You will see below a comprehensive list of Syria’s main car dealers with the brands they represent.
Nippon Kaiji Kyokai (ClassNK), a Japanese ship classification society, has opened an exclusive surveyor office in Syria.
Gulf Air has launched its inaugural flight to Aleppo from Manama, Bahrain’s capital on June 15.
TNT Express, a global express delivery company, has announced that its truck fleet would start servicing Damascus from this week.
Syria and Turkey have resumed a railway route between Aleppo and Mersin, following a nine-month suspension.
Syrianair, Syria's national air carrier, has announced that it was re-launching flights to several destinations, following its purchase of two ATR-72 planes.
Jordan and Syria are linked again through the Hijaz Railways after the resumption of traffic for both goods and passengers took place on this historic line.
Iranian Wagon Pars Company plans to open a wagon production factory in Syria, Gholam-Reza Razzazi, the company’s managing director, said.
The Container Terminal of Tartous, managed by International Container Terminal Services, Inc. (ICTSI), a Filipino firm, saw an increase of 23 percent in the volume of goods handled in the first quarter of this year.
Nasair has announced that it would add Aleppo to the destination its services, with the launch of two new routes from Riyadh and Jeddah.
Syrianair will be able to repatriate and use again its two A-320 planes currently blocked in Germany after the company maintaining the engines, Lufthansa Technik (LHT), announced that it had received an export license from the US Administration.


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