Syria’s transport industry lost some 61 billion Syrian pounds from the conflict according to the Minister of Transport.
A civilian plane landed on Aleppo Airport last week for the first time in around a year.
Container traffic declined by almost half last year at the Lattakia Port over falling business activity.
The port of Tartous managed to limit the decline in its traffic last year, according to its Director-General.
CMA-CGM is negotiating with the Syrian authorities to manage the container terminal of the Tartous Port as the owner of the global shipping company is fined by a Syrian court over a business dispute, according to press reports.
Syria’s car market fell dramatically in the last three years, according to a government official.
Syrianair has suspended all its flights to Egypt, the Egyptian Civil Aviation Authority has announced.
Al-Ahliah Transport, Syria’s only listed transport company, managed to increase its revenues on a nominal basis in the third quarter of this year compared to the same quarter of last year.
The Port of Lattakia witnessed a dramatic decline in containers handled in the first nine months of this year.
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.
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.