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Air Algerie
Air Algerie, established in 1947, is the official national carrier of Algeria. Between (1947 and 1974), Air Algerie was the property of the Air France flight. In 1974, the Government of Algeria has made necessary measures, to get the Air Algerie complete independence.Company's main center is located at Houari Boumediene airport.


The company is running international air services crossbar, in 39 destinations, including nearly 28 countries in Europe, North America, Africa and Asia, and the Middle East, as well as local air services offered in 32 Airport, in addition to

providing catering services, and oil exploration and the annual pilgrimage to Mecca.

Number of employees, almost up to: - 9,000.

Ownership: state-owned (100%) through a joint-stock company SPA with a capital of 43.000.000.000 DA
 

Air Algerie has invested 400 million euros in November, and in 2010 covered the entire fleet.
Air Algerie is a member of the airline alliance (SkyTeam), in addition to its alliance with Tunisair.

Recently, Air Algerie has been restructured to separated units: - (maintenance, domestic flights, international flights, and service air freight and travel agents), and as a result included four subsidiary companies, namely: - Air Algerie Technologies, Air Algerie Catering, shipping air for homes and Algeria.


IATA Code: AH | ICAO Code: DAH | Callsign AIR ALGERIE

Air Algerie(الخطوط الجوية الجزائرية)
1 Place Maurice Audin
Algiers, Algeria
Tel : +2132653340/653380/89742428,
Fax : +2132610553


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Air Algerie News

Air Algerie, today signed a purchase agreement for 3 new ATR 72-600 aircraft, the contract value is $74.1 million at current list price, the scheduled delivery starting end 2014 through 2015. 

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ALGIERS - Boeing (NYSE:BA) and Air Algerie today announced a commitment for eight Next-Generation 737-800 airplanes. When finalized, the order will be worth $724 million at list prices.

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Air Algérie has signed a memorandum of understanding for three A330-200 passenger aircraft as part of the carrier’s continued growth plans. This order has been placed at Dubai Airshow 2013.
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Seattle, Boeing (NYSE: BA) reached a major milestone with long-time customer Air Algerie this week when it delivered the 50th Boeing jetliner – a Next-Generation 737-800 – to the North African carrier. The 737 was the fourth of seven ordered in 2009. This delivery also marked the 40-year partnership between Boeing and Air Algerie. Read More »»»

Algiers - ATR and the Algerian national airline Air Algérie announced today the signature of a contract for the sale of 4 ATR 72-500s. This agreement, valued at some US $ 82 million, has been inked in Algiers in the presence of Mr. Amar Tou, Algeria’s Minister of Transports.

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Dubai - Boeing (NYSE: BA) and Air Algerie announced an order for seven Next-Generation 737-800s today at Dubai Airshow 2009. The airplanes will grow the Air Algerie Next-Generation 737 fleet to 22 airplanes.

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