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)
The Port of Lattakia has seen a growth in activity last year according to preliminary figures from the port’s authority
Activity at the port of Tartous remained stable last year according to preliminary statistics from the port’s authority and published in al-Thawra
Air Arabia is launching today its first flight to the city of Lattakia.
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
Syria's first ever maritime chamber was officially set up on November 23 in the coastal city of Lattakia.
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 ...
Transtour, an important local tourism and transport operator, is being dissolved.
Syrianair, the national air carrier will be joining before the end of the year the Arabesk Group.
Syria’s largest cities should witness next year the most dramatic change in decades in their public transportation system.
Traffic in Tartous port, Syria’s largest commercial maritime port is rising according to preliminary figures.
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.
A Saudi Company, Belkis Investment Company is holding discussions with the Hijaz Railways Organisation (HRO) to manage that company’s railways network.
The Syrian Ministry of Transport has concluded a memorandum of understanding with Russia's Ilyushin Finance Company for the leasing of seven Russian-made airplanes.
Syrianair profits rose to SYP 907 (USD 18 million) million last year a 100 percent annual increase over the year 2003, when profits had totalled SYP 453 million (USD 9 million).