The Port of Lattakia witnessed a dramatic decline in containers handled in the first nine months of this year.
The government is doubling the exit fee for Syrians departing their country.
The freight volume in Tartous Port stood at 4.6 million tons in the first three quarters of this year, according to Ghazwan KhayrBeik, the port’s general manager.
Syria’s car market continued to fall dramatically last year, according to government statistics.
Al-Ahliah Transport managed to reduce its losses in the first half of this year thanks to lower operating expenses.
Syrianair resumed on Wednesday its flights to Cairo as Egypt announced that it had eased again the requirements imposed on Syrians to enter its territory.
Syrianair has signed a contract with a new computer reservation system following its removal from the SITA network.
Syrianair has been cut off from the SITA network, which provides reservation and other services to air carriers.
The government has named a number of new managers and officials at the ministry of transport and in the companies affiliated to it.
Lebanese transit trucks have been allowed to cross into Syria after being blocked for 47 days, The Daily Star reported.
Russia’s Rosaviatsia has become the latest aviation agency to ban flights of its aircrafts above Syrian grounds.
Some 51,000 containers transited through the two ports of Lattakia and Tartous in the first quarter of this year, a marked decline from last year.
A government committee has completed the preliminary field works required for the establishment of an airport near the city of Tartous, according to local news outlets.
For the second year in a row, Al-Ahliah Transport, one of Syria’s largest transport companies, has reported a steep decline in activity.
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