Syrian Air runs two flights to Amman, increases number of flights to Beirut
DAMASCUS– The Syrian Airlines Company announced running flights from Damascus to Amman and increasing the number of its flights to Beirut to facilitate the movement of the Syrian communities abroad to come to Syria as to reduce the impact of the ban imposed by the European Union on the company.
Director General of the Syrian Airlines Ghaydaa Abdul-Latif said that it is a temporary procedure till the flights to Europe are re-run again.
Abdul-Latif added that the company is working with law offices to file a lawsuit against the European Union since it is committed to the international rules and made no violations since the suspension decision.
She said that the European ban decision affected 5,400 working families in Syria.
The two flights are scheduled every Saturday and Tuesday to facilitate movement of passengers between the two countries and Europe.