Serhat TUNAR -TDO- As fighting continues in Idlib in northern Syria, commercial flights have been made between the capital Damascus and the country's key cities, Aleppo, for the first time since 2012. Airing from Damascus with officials and journalists, the passenger plane put wheels on Aleppo 8 years later, the first performed.
Thus, an important symbolic step was taken in Syria after army forces retook the M5 highway linking Aleppo and Damascus. A passenger plane carrying state officials and journalists from Damascus landed in the city of Aleppo. Thus, passenger flights between the two cities, which had stopped since 2012, were resumed. The M5 road connecting the two cities will also be opened to transport in the coming days following repair work.