Air Transport in Syria

Air Transport in Syria Last updated on Monday 26th April 2010

Syrian Arab Airlines is the national carrier, with the main international airport situated near Damascus.

Domestic flights connect Damascus with Aleppo. Local buses and taxis run from the airports into the city centre.

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