Damascus international airport
Damascus International Airport (IATA code: DAM, ICAO code: OSDI), is the main airport of Syria and the one serving the Syrian capital. Decided in 1965, its construction was completed three years later. It is a French consortium that has been chosen to implement all the works.
Photo : commemorative stamp of the 1968 inauguration of Damascus International Airport.
The airport has two passenger terminals: a terminal for domestic flights and a terminal for international flights. A third terminal whose construction has been postponed due to external aggression will soon see its work begin to increase the airport's capacity to 16 million passengers a year.
Two runways of 3600 meters (11800 feet) allow a smooth and permanent air traffic. The national airline SyrianAir (Syrian Arab Airlines) has made the international airport of Damascus its hub.
The services and facilities of Damascus International Airport have been designed to make it the most welcoming for travelers on departure, on arrival or in transit. Shops, car parks , bars and restaurants, VIP lounges and air-conditioned halls allow passengers to wait for their flight in the best conditions.
To facilitate your trip, we advise passengers to take all the necessary measures to be in good standing with health, customs and administrative formalities (passport, visa , etc.).
Check the flight display board for arrivals and departures at the Damascus airport. Stay informed of delays and cancellations bookmarking this page :
[ ] Russian investors to participate in rebuilding of Damascus Airport > on Jan 20th 2019
Russian investors from airport construction business consider renovation of Syria's Damascus airport, Dmitry Belik, a deputy of the State Duma (the lower house of Russia's parliament) from Sevastopol,[...]CLICK HERE TO READ THE ARTICLE
[ ] Flydubai mulls resuming Syria flights > on Jan 17th 2019
Budget carrier Flydubai is mulling resuming flights to Syria after the UAE's aviation regulator said it is evaluating the possibility of national carriers returning to serve the Syrian capital Damascu[...]CLICK HERE TO READ THE ARTICLE
[ ] Gulf airlines in Damascus airport to re-run flights to Syria > on Jan 13th 2019
Damascus, SANA _ The Syrian Arab Airlines announced that a delegation from the Oman Air Company was briefed, two days ago, on the technical situation of Damascus International Airport in preparation f[...]CLICK HERE TO READ THE ARTICLE
[ ] Airlines of UAE, Oman, Bahrain preparing to resume flights to Damascus > on Jan 13th 2019
The airlines of the United Arab Emirates, Oman and Bahrain are preparing to resume direct air traffic with the Syrian capital of Damascus, Shafa al-Nouri, director general of Syrian Air, which manages[...]CLICK HERE TO READ THE ARTICLE
[ ] Oman Air appears to resume flights to Syria > on Jan 13th 2019
Syrian Arab Airlines, which manages Damascus International Airport, announced that a delegation from Oman Air was briefed, final week, on the technical elements in preparation for the resumption of fl[...]CLICK HERE TO READ THE ARTICLE
[ ] Cham Wings Airlines makes first flight to Tunisia > on Dec 27th 2018
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Syria's only private air carrier Cham Wings Airlines flew to Tunisia on Thursday for the first time, adding another destination to its growing network."The first tourist flight to T[...]CLICK HERE TO READ THE ARTICLE
[ ] Cham Wings Airlines introduced flights from Damascus to Moscow > on Nov 21st 2018
Cham Wings Airlines introduced flights from Damascus (DAM) to Moscow Sheremetyevo (SVO) on 7 November. The 2,509-kilometre airport pair will be served weekly on Wednesdays. It will be operated by the [...]CLICK HERE TO READ THE ARTICLE
[ ] Des travaux de rénovation de route de l'aéroport avant la Foire de Damas > on Jul 29th 2018
Banlieue de Damas/La Direction de l'agriculture de la banlieue de Damas continue son travail pour réhabiliter la route de l'aéroport international de Damas menant à la Cité des Foires et d'embelli[...]CLICK HERE TO READ THE ARTICLE
[ ] Syria to begin commercial flights to Russia twice a week > on Jun 05th 2018
Syria has inked a deal with Russia that will allow at least two commercial flights from Damascus to Moscow each week, the Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA) reported this morning.According to the details [...]CLICK HERE TO READ THE ARTICLE
[ ] Nearly 2 million captagon tablets seized at the airport > on Nov 22nd 2017
Customs officers at Damascus International Airport thwarted the attempt to smuggle a large quantity of captagon into a freight cargo containing nuts.The customs office at the airport said that 1.6 mil[...]CLICK HERE TO READ THE ARTICLE