SyrianAir

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SyrianAir was established in autumn 1946, with two propellers and started to fly between Damascus Aleppo and Der Alzour and Kamishli the airline expanded during the fifties to include Beirut, Baghdad, and Jerusalem, then Cairo and Kuwait then Doha, in addition to flights during hajj.


Objectives

SyrianAir’s main aim is to contribute in an effective way to the support of the growing economic upturn in the Syrian Arab Republic.

This aim is achieved by following the objectives that the company has placed on transporting passengers (Syrian and International), cargo and post, along with improving services in a number of areas such as receiving, transferring and catering.

By providing services of the highest quality to the Arab and International airlines, SyrianAir can guarantee the utilization of its all its resources, which in turn leads to the goal of every company, making a profit.

Location

SyrianAir Damascus, Syria
Syria


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