Direct flights from Isfahan to Damascus resumed

The launch is important as Isfahan is one of Iran’s industrial hubs and more Iranian businessmen and women could travel easily to the Arab country that is seeking foreign investment to reconstruct itself.

4 September 2019
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Direct flights from Iran’s central city of Isfahan to Damascus resumed on Tuesday after an eight-year hiatus as relative calm is now returning to the Arab country following years of devastating war.

The first flight, operated by the private Syrian airline Cham Wings Airlines, departed from Isfahan’s International Airport to Damascus International Airport on Tuesday morning.

The Syrian airlines uses an Airbus A330 with a capacity of 170 people operating the flight every Tuesday to and from Damascus.

It’s the second direct flight from Iran to Syria after Tehran’s International Imam Khomeini Airport launched shuttle services to the Syrian capital.

The route was put on hold after the war broke out in the Arab country eight years ago.

The launch is importatn as Isfahan is one of Iran's industrial hubs and more Iranian businessmen and women could travel easily to the Arab country that is seeking foreign investment to reconstruct itself. 

 

 

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