Work resumes at Aleppo Airport few days after Israeli aggression
Al Mayadeen correspondent says a humanitarian aid plane coming from Iran loaded with relief materials for quake-affected people landed in Aleppo International Airport.
The Syrian Ministry of Transport announced the landing of the first civilian plane coming from Sharjah Airport, at Aleppo International Airport, a week after the airport was put out of service due to the Israeli aggression that targeted its runway.
Al Mayadeen correspondent in Aleppo reported that a humanitarian aid plane coming from Iran had arrived for quake-affected people, loaded with 40 tonnes of relief materials.
A couple of days ago, the Syrian Ministry of Transport announced the resumption of air traffic through Aleppo International Airport after repairing the damage caused by the Israeli aggression last Tuesday.
A statement issued by the Ministry said on Thursday, that "the damage caused by the Israeli aggression which targeted Aleppo International Airport at dawn last Tuesday has been repaired and air traffic will resume starting from eight o'clock tomorrow [Friday] morning."
At Tuesday dawn, the Syrian air defenses repelled Israeli air aggression from the direction of the Mediterranean, west of Latakia, targeting Aleppo International Airport, which caused material damage and put it out of service.
Al Mayadeen correspondent in Syria said the aggression specifically targeted the airport runway.
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