Note in spot 'A' there are 2 scraped Tu-134, in spot 'B' there is a phased-out Il-76 left there since years, while on spot 'C' lays the Caravelle.
An aerial shot for Damascus IAP showing the same area as explained above, the area on left hand is dedicated for cargo and to be more specific: the Military Transportation Brigade.
Closer photo for 2 operational Il-76 belongs to Syrian Air cargo. On the left we can see a Tu-134, few Yak-40 and one Falcon-20.
A close take for the phased-out Il-76, seems to be too old since it wears the old Syrian Air livery. On the left hand 2 An-26/24.
Caravelle was the aircraft which enabled Syrian Air to enter the jet era when 2 were ordered on 1965, served for the Syrian Air till early 1990s.
Stored Boeing 727s waiting for maintenance and intense overhauling, note the first one has its engines off. Among these Boeings there is a Tu-154 recognizable by its fin tail.
An interesting An-12 doesn't carry any flash and without any distinguished livery, only marked EK-12201. This An-12 was spotted in Dubai airport only (as per airliner.net).
Photos by Luftwaffe A.S (2006-2008)