Helping those affected by earthquake | Three Emirati planes and an Iranian plane land in Syrian airports
Four planes have landed today in Syria, one Iranian plane and three Emirati planes landed in international Syrian planes in several governorates, where the Iranian plane carrying 20 tons of aids and relief materials landed in Aleppo International Airport, an Emirati plane carrying 25 tons of relief materials landed in Aleppo Airport, another Emirati plane carrying 30 tons and 120 kilograms of relief materials and clothes landed in Damascus International Airport and a third Emirati plane carrying 24 tons of relief materials landed in Lattakia International Airport.
According to SOHR statistics, 262 planes: 256 Arab and foreign ones and six planes of “Cham Wings,” have arrived in airports in regime-controlled areas since the earthquake hit the region; they are distributed as follows:
• 102 planes landed in Damascus international airport.
• 71 planes landed in Aleppo international airport.
• 83 planes landed in Latakia international airport.
These planes took off from Iran, Iraq, Russia, UAE, Egypt, Libya, India, Jordon, Armenia, Pakistan, Tunisia, Venezuela, Oman, China, Kazakhstan, Bangladesh, Belarus, Sudan, Saudi Arabia, Japan, Norway and Germany. The total toll includes a plane of “Cham Wings,” an Italian plane and a plane affiliated to UNICEF landed in Lebanon. Among the total number of those planes are 134 planes were sent by UAE.