Transport

19-02-2007
Syrianair’s revenues reached SYP 11.47 billion (USD 225 million) in 2006, an annual growth of 4.3 percent, according to SANA, the state news agency
12-02-2007
The Syrian Ministry of Transport has asked Russia's Ilyushin Finance Company (IFC) to build a repair and service center for Ilyushin jets in Syria as a condition for Syrianair to finalize the purchase deal with the Russian company.
05-02-2007
Syrianair has announced that it would stop flying to four destinations in Asia and the Middle East. The four cities are Delhi, Bombay, Tunis and Manama (Bahrain)
15-01-2007
The Port of Lattakia has seen a growth in activity last year according to preliminary figures from the port’s authority
08-01-2007
Activity at the port of Tartous remained stable last year according to preliminary statistics from the port’s authority and published in al-Thawra
04-12-2006
Air Arabia is launching today its first flight to the city of Lattakia.
27-11-2006
ICTSI and the General Port of Tartous have formally signed the contract granting the Philippine company a 10-year concession, extendable five more years, to manage the container terminal of the Syrian port
27-11-2006
Syria's first ever maritime chamber was officially set up on November 23 in the coastal city of Lattakia.
20-11-2006
Syria, Jordan and Saudi Arabia are in the first stages of reviving the old Hijaz railway line after the signature of an agreement between a Syrian-based company, Balkees Real Estate, Industrial and Commercial Investment Company, and the Hijaz Railways ...
20-11-2006
Transtour, an important local tourism and transport operator, is being dissolved.
22-09-2006
Syrianair, the national air carrier will be joining before the end of the year the Arabesk Group.
22-09-2006
Syria’s largest cities should witness next year the most dramatic change in decades in their public transportation system.
05-09-2006
Traffic in Tartous port, Syria’s largest commercial maritime port is rising according to preliminary figures.
03-08-2006
Philippine’s International Container Terminal Services, Inc. (ICTSI) has won the 10-year concession contract to manage the container terminal of the Port of Tartous.
03-08-2006
A Saudi Company, Belkis Investment Company is holding discussions with the Hijaz Railways Organisation (HRO) to manage that company’s railways network.

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