Syrianair

Syrianair B747SP license revoked

Posted by Tommy Mogren  /   April 28, 2011  /   Posted in News  /   Comments Off on Syrianair B747SP license revoked

As we reported earlier, Syrianair was allowed to buy spares from the U.S.A. to make their 2 B747SP’s operational again. This was a very positive decision made by Barack Obama. Unfortunately the recent situation in Syria have forced the U.S.A’s Department of Commerce to revoke that export license. On May 18,

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Syrianair B747SP in Riyadh

Posted by Tommy Mogren  /   April 17, 2011  /   Posted in News  /   Comments Off on Syrianair B747SP in Riyadh

Mrs. Ghaida Abdullatif, Syrian Arab Airlines Managing Director & CEO, visited AlSalam Aircraft Co to check the actual status of the project workflow for the first time after the Syrian Air 2 Boeing-747SP’s were inducted for heavy maintenance.

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Syrianair B747SP to AlSalam

Posted by Tommy Mogren  /   March 02, 2011  /   Posted in News  /   Comments Off on Syrianair B747SP to AlSalam

AlSalam Aircraft Co wins the deal worth US$50 million. Alsalam will perform heavy maintenance D-Check and replace the landing gear at Alsalam’s facilities at King Khalid International Airport in Riyadh

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Syrianair B747SP returns into service

Posted by Tommy Mogren  /   February 16, 2009  /   Posted in News  /   Comments Off on Syrianair B747SP returns into service

Syrianair will take both their B747SP back into service! The USA have given green light to export spare-parts required to repair the 2 B747SP operated by Syrianair, YK-AHA msn 21174 and YK-AHB msn 21175. Both Syrian B747SP’s were grounded in Damascus and have been seen parked for a long time.  “Two

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