Transport

22-06-2009
Flydubai, Dubai's first low-cost airline, has announced that it will run daily flights to Aleppo starting July 13.
22-06-2009
Syrian Pearl Airways, a subsidiary of Cham Holding, has suspended its operations a month after their launch.
08-06-2009
Kuwait’s Wataniya Airways inaugurated its first flight to Damascus on June 3, according to a press release from the company.
01-06-2009
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.
01-06-2009
A train carrying 800 tons of steel left the port of Tartous on May 30 heading towards Baghdad, the first rail freight trip between the two countries in decades.
17-05-2009
Three new low cost airlines are planning to add Syrian airports to their scheduled destinations.
10-05-2009
Two train routes between Iraq and Syria will enter into operation within weeks to help strengthen economic and business ties between the two countries.
03-05-2009
The OPEC Fund for International Development (OFID) has provided Syria a loan of USD 30 million to part-finance the construction of the Raqqa-Deir-ez-Zor-Hassakeh motorway.
19-04-2009
Cham Wings Airlines has announced the launch of its first scheduled flights to the Iraqi city of Najaf on April 20.
19-04-2009
Syrian Pearl Airways will launch its operations early next month, after it receives two BAE 146-300 aircrafts leased from Orion Air, a Spanish charter carrier, according to AbdelRahman Al-Attar, chairman of the company.
12-04-2009
Syrianair has announced that it has been operating a new leased plane since March 11.
15-03-2009
Flights between Damascus and the United Arab Emirates will increase significantly following an agreement between the civil aviation authorities of the two countries.
08-03-2009
Syrianair has announced that it will lease an Airbus 320 plane from Jordan Aviation, a privately-owned commercial airline based in Amman.
01-03-2009
A train route will link Aleppo with Mersin through Adana, south of Turkey, starting March 13, according to Erol Inan, from Turkish State Railways.
22-02-2009
Revenues of Al-Ahliah Transport Company, one of the largest transport firms in Syria, increased by 40 percent last year.