Transport

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.
15-02-2009
Tartous International Container Terminal, the company managing the containers terminal of the Port of Tartous, has been allowed by the Government to handle transshipments, according to a statement from its mother company, ICTSI.
07-02-2009
The Port of Lattakia and a consortium led by CMA-CGM formally signed on February 1 the contract for the management of the containers terminal of the port.
19-01-2009
Activity at the Port of Tartous rose last year according to preliminary figures from the Ministry of Transport.
18-01-2009
Jazeera Airways has announced that it was launching a new route to Deir-ez-Zor.
12-01-2009
Activity at the Port of Lattakia posted a slight increase in 2008, according to its director general, Suleiman Baloush.
10-11-2008
Syria and Turkey have signed a memorandum of understanding to set up a joint railway factory in Aleppo.
13-10-2008
CMA CGM has won the contract to run the Container Terminal of the Port of Lattakia (PoL), The Syria Report has learned.
29-09-2008
Cham Wings Airlines has announced that it had concluded negotiations to lease two Airbus A319 aircrafts for a period of three years.