Damascus, SANA – Cham Wings Airlines started on Tuesday running two daily flights from Damascus International Airport to Qamishli International Airport in northeastern Syria at discounted prices.
The commercial director at the company Nizar Suleiman told SANA that Cham Wings Airlines has cut the ticket price down to SYP 7.500 due to the increased number of passengers travelling to the eastern region.
He pointed out that the decision to cut prices came upon the request of the Ministry of Transport to take into account the hardships suffered by the citizens under the current circumstances in the country.
Cham Wings Airlines lunched on April 26th its first flight to Kuwait before it announced running flights to Doha in August, given the large number of Syrian expatriates living in the Gulf states.
Manar al-Frieh/H. Said