Aleppo International Airport Resumes Operations, First Flight on Wednesday

Aleppo International Airport is to resume operations, following the efforts of the Syrian army to retake he surroundings of Aleppo city writes SANA.

On Monday, Transport Minister Ali Hammoud announced that Aleppo International Airport has resumed operations. 

The Minister said the first flight from Damascus to Aleppo will take off on Wednesday, with flights to Cairo and Damascus scheduled for the coming few days. 

In a statement to SANA, the Director of Civil Aviation in Syria, Bassem Mansour, said that thanks to the Syrian Arab Army securing the surroundings of Aleppo city, it has become possible for safe takeoffs and landings at Aleppo International Airport. 

Mansour noted that the airport was maintained and preserved throughout the duration of the war, despite the terrorist attacks, and that the airport’s crews are ready for work. 

In turn, the Director of Aleppo International Airport, Mohammad al-Masri, affirmed that the airport is ready to receive flights, as maintenance teams have finished all repairs and all technical and ground services are ready.

 

This article was edited by The Syrian Observer. The Syrian Observer has not verified the content of this story. Responsibility for the information and views set out in this article lies entirely with the author.

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