Air Algérie Unveils Expansion Plan for 60 International Destinations by 2025″
Air Algérie, has unveiled an expansion plan to reach 60 international destinations by 2025. The airline’s commercial director, Yacine Amiar, announced this strategy during the inaugural flight from Algiers airport to Saint Petersburg in Russia. With a strong focus on enhancing ties and fostering connections with nations worldwide, Air Algérie aims to become a thriving international hub.
The newly launched Algiers-Saint Petersburg route, operating three flights per week, marks a significant milestone in the airline’s efforts to strengthen bonds with Russia. This new connection is expected to facilitate increased trade, tourism, and cultural exchanges between the two countries, as emphasized by Antoine Chamakov, the representative of the Russian Embassy in Algiers.
Air Algérie will operate the Boeing 737-600 contigent on the route. The airline already operates a separate service to Moscow Sheremetyevo with 737-600/-700/-800 aircraft, showcasing its commitment to expanding its presence in Russia and beyond.
Air Algérie’s expansion strategy also includes plans to connect travelers to various destinations across continents. In Africa, the airline will offer routes to Johannesburg, Libreville, Addis Ababa, Abuja, and Douala. Additionally, Air Algérie aims to establish routes to Amsterdam, Kuala Lumpur, Hong Kong, New York, Caracas, and Havana, among others.
By fulfilling the growing demands of customers seeking travel to and from Algeria, Air Algérie aims to solidify Algiers airport’s position as a prominent international hub. The recent inauguration of a new national transit gateway further facilitates seamless travel and transit, supporting Algiers in becoming a thriving hub for travelers worldwide.