Damascus, SANA Cham Wings Airlines is going to run its first flights from Damascus to Kuwait and Dubai in early May, a step coming
within the company’s plan to expand its external flights.
Cham Wings Airlines, which has largely supported the Syrian Arab Airlines company, operating as SyrianAir, was first established in
2008 before it was acknowledged as a national airlines operator in 2014.
The company seeks to provide best services of high quality and at encouraging prices, the Company’s media representative Farah Damoun said in a statement Wednesday.
Cham Wings runs daily flights from Damascus to Qamishli, in northeastern Syria, and weekly flights from Damascus to the Iraqi city of al-Najaf.
It also plans to run flights to Sharjah in United Arab Emirates, Egypt’s capital Cairo and some destinations in Europe.
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