Syria’s Cham Wings plans to launch Belgrade-Damascus flight in June?

Syria’s airliner Cham Wings plans to launch Damascus-Belgrade flights as of 1st June this year, according to the Aviatica website. The plan is to have three flights a week –  on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays – with Airbus A320 that can take up to 156 passengers.

The Syrian carrier has filed a request for a permit with the Serbian Civil Aviation Directorate for three weekly flights. Under its planned scheduling, the carrier has requested an arrival time of 13.00 CEST in the Serbian capital, with the return service leaving at 15.00. It is uncertain whether the airline will be granted approval by the Serbian regulator.

However, Belgrade airport did include these flights into its regular schedule.

It remains to be seen whether the flights will be launched considering that the civil war is still going on in  Syria, which is why all airlines have suspended flights to Damascus and Aleppo.

Despite the situation in Syria, Cham Wings has regular flights to several cities to Turkey (Istanbul and Adana) and the Middle East – Kuwait, Khartoum, Baghdad, Muscat, Doha, and Dubai.

(eKapija, Aviatica 23.04.2018)

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