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Wings of Lebanon

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W7  WLB
Destinations  20 (mostly seasonal)
Founded  2006
WLB  WINGS LEBANON
Headquarters  Beirut, Lebanon
Fleet size  1
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Hubs  Beirut–Rafic Hariri International Airport
Key people  Mr Yousef El Hajj (CEO)
Website  www.wingsoflebanon.com.lb
Hub  Beirut–Rafic Hariri International Airport

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Wings of Lebanon is a privately held Lebanese airline which in July 2016 expanded its business model from pure charter operations to include largely seasonal scheduled international passenger services. The scheduled network, served from its Beirut Rafic Hariri International Airport main base, now includes destinations such as Damascus, Dubrovnik, Istanbul, Malmo, Mashhad, Prague, Stockholm, Tehran and Vienna. Gothenburg is scheduled to become the third Swedish destination in the summer of 2017. The carrier operates one Boeing 737-300 but expanded its operations using a variety of wet-leased Boeing 737 aircraft. 

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Destinations

Wings of Lebanon operates the following seasonal routes:

Austria

  • Vienna - Vienna International Airport
  • Belgium

  • Brussels - Brussels Airport (seasonal charter)
  • Croatia

  • Dubrovnik - Dubrovnik Airport
  • Zagreb - Franjo Tuđman Airport (seasonal charter)
  • Czech Republic

  • Prague - Václav Havel Airport
  • Denmark

  • Copenhagen - Copenhagen Airport (seasonal charter)
  • Egypt

  • Luxor - Luxor International Airport (seasonal charter)
  • Sharm El Sheikh - Sharm El Sheikh International Airport (seasonal charter)
  • Greece

  • Chania - Chania International Airport (seasonal charter)
  • Mykonos - Mykonos Island National Airport (seasonal charter)
  • Hungary

  • Budapest - Ferenc Liszt International Airport (seasonal charter)
  • Iran

  • Mashhad - Mashhad International Airport
  • Tehran - Imam Khomeini International Airport
  • Italy

    Naples - Naples International Airport (seasonal charter)

    Santorini - Santorini (Thira) National Airport (seasonal charter)

    Syria

  • Damascus - Damascus International Airport
  • Turkey

  • Adana - Şakirpaşa Airport (seasonal charter)
  • Dalaman - Dalaman Airport (seasonal charter)
  • Gaziantep - Oğuzeli Airport (seasonal charter)
  • Hatay - Hatay Airport (seasonal charter)
  • Istanbul - Sabiha Gökçen International Airport
  • İzmir - Adnan Menderes Airport (seasonal charter)
  • Sweden

  • Gothenburg - Landvetter Airport (begins 21 June 2017)
  • Malmö - Malmö Airport
  • Stockholm - Arlanda Airport
  • Fleet

    The Wings of Lebanon fleet currently consists of the following aircraft (as of March 2017):

    The historic entirety of the Wings of Lebanon fleet is as follows:

    References

    Wings of Lebanon Wikipedia


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