Air Algerie continues its international redeployment. After resuming its flights with France in particular, the company The national airline It will restore contact with China and increase its services to Russia.
Air Algerie announced on Wednesday 1Verse February will resume its regular flights between Algiers and Beijing, starting Thursday (February 19th).
Air links between Algeria and China were suspended in March 2020 due to the Covid-19 pandemic. in three years, Air Algeria Operating special flights to China to transport, in particular, Chinese workers working in Algeria.
The Director of Communications at Air Algérie, Amine Al-Andalus, stated that the resumption with Beijing will take place with “two weekly flights” every Thursday and Sunday, “starting from Thursday, February 19, 2023.”
Air Algérie: new flights to Moscow
It will allow the resumption of regular flights with Beijing Air Algeria On a particularly interesting line to transport the Chinese installed in Algeria.
Air Algerie will also increase its services to Moscow. The national airline intends to operate four weekly flights with the Russian capital, starting next March, compared to two flights currently.
This was announced on Wednesday 1Verse February by the Algerian ambassador to Moscow, Ismail Ben Amara, according to the Russian agency Sputnik. The diplomatic representative of Algeria in Russia was speaking in Moscow during an investment forum entitled “The Road to Africa,” according to the same source.
“With these flights, Russian citizens will be able to reach not only Algeria, but also other African countries,” explained the Algerian ambassador in Moscow.
Thus, Algeria, which has decided to revive and develop the tourism sector within the framework of economic diversification, can attract Russian tourists.
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