Transport

03-12-2012
The clashes that forced the Damascus International Airport to close down for the week-end will likely have long-term effect on its operations.
09-11-2012
The volume of freight in Tartous Port declined some 27 percent in the first ten months of the year, according to estimates from the Ministry of Transport.
29-10-2012
Damascus Cargo Village posted a decline of 31 percent in its revenues and a sharper reduction of 60 percent in its profits for the first nine months of this year.
08-10-2012
Syria’s rail network is entirely out of service, Syria’s PM has said.
10-09-2012
Syrianair is adding Amman to its flight schedule and increasing its flights to Beirut as sanctions by the EU and other western countries prevent it from flying to many of its traditional destinations.
03-09-2012
Etihad Airways has become the latest international carrier to suspend its flights to Damascus.
27-08-2012
Damascus Cargo Village reported a 35 percent decline in revenues in the first half of this year compared to the same period of 2011.
09-07-2012
The number of passengers that used the Airport of Qamishli, in the northeast of the country, rose to over 30,205 in the first six months of the year.
09-07-2012
Container traffic at the Port of Lattakia fell 21.03 percent in the first half of this year compared to the same period of 2011.
02-07-2012
Syrianair is finalizing discussions with a Russian manufacturer to buy new regional aircrafts, its general manager, Ghaidaa AbdulLatif, said.
11-06-2012
Syria ranked 92nd in the world in the 2012 edition of the Logistics Performance Index of the World Bank, a survey that measures the logistics “friendliness” of a country.
07-05-2012
The sale of new cars declined 51 percent last year in Damascus, according to a local-government official.
23-04-2012
SIVECO, a car assembly company, has reported a 16.8 percent decline in its 2011 sales and a steeper 92.0 percent decrease in its after-tax profits.
01-04-2012
Syrianair, Syria’s state-owned national carrier, is benefitting from the withdrawal of international companies from the market and the unrest in various parts of the country to increase the size of its operations.
27-03-2012
Turkish Airlines, one of the few remaining international carriers still flying to Syria, announced that it will stop all flights to the country starting April 1.