Syria resumes air traffic through Aleppo Airport after Israeli bombs
Syria's Ministry of Transport announces the repair of damages caused by the Israeli aggression that targeted Aleppo International Airport at dawn last Tuesday, and the resumption of air traffic.
The Syrian Ministry of Transport announced the resumption of air traffic through Aleppo International Airport tomorrow 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."
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On an important note, the United Nations said yesterday that the Syrian Ministry of Transport has diverted all earthquake aid flights to Damascus or Latakia.
In addition to that, the US Treasury Department announced "allowing humanitarian relief efforts and materials to reach Syria as a limited exception to the Caesar Act."
The Syrian air defenses had engaged Israeli air targets coming from the Mediterranean, west of Latakia, targeting Aleppo International Airport, which caused material damage and put it out of service Tuesday dawn.
Also, an Al Mayadeen correspondent to Syria reported that the air aggression specifically targeted the airport's runway.
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