Subjects – Syria Report



The United Arab Emirates has approved the resumption of direct flights to its airports by Syria’s two airlines in a boost for the country’s aviation sector that will also ease Damascus’s isolation.


This report provides an overview of Syria's political and economic ties with the Maghreb, namely Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, and Libya, since 2000 until today, shedding light on trade, investments, and various agreements.
This report provides an overview of Syria’s Air Transportation Sector, including a breakdown of its main actors, an assessment of the sector before and after the start of the conflict, and the current state of affairs.
The table below lists all the airlines operating out of the Damascus and Aleppo international airports as well as the destinations they fly to as of March 7, 2022.
This report is the second part of a two-part publication that will provide an overview of Syria’s relations with former Soviet Republics, namely Syria’s ties with the Caucasus (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia) and Central Asian countries (Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan).
This 5,000-word report will first provide an overview of Syria’s economic and financial relations with Russia before the outbreak of the conflict. It will then shed light on the various projects and investments that have taken place since 2011. The third section will examine Moscow’s struggle to advance its economic interests in 2020. Finally, the concluding sections will cover the most recent developments in bilateral economic relations.
The following updated and expanded report describes the main components of Iranian-Syrian economic relations. The first two sections will examine trade and economic and business relations between the two countries prior to and following the 2011 conflict. The third will provide an overview of Iranian involvement in a variety of sectors, while the fourth will elaborate on Iran's growing economic foothold in the country since 2020. Finally, the fifth section will provide insight into the prospects of Iranian-Syrian relations.


Syrian Airlines, also known as Syrianair,  is the national flag carrier of Syria established in 1946.