|Hubs||Beirut Rafic Hariri International Airport|
|Focus cities||Sharjah International Airport|
MenaJet Lebanon s.a.l. is a Lebanese charter airline based in Beirut, Lebanon. It operates services to Turkey, Egypt and around the Mediterranean. Its main bases are Beirut Rafic Hariri International Airport and Sharjah International Airport. The website of MenaJet has nothing to do with the MenaJet, the airline may have put up a new website. There are also other websites with more information on how to book a trip with MenaJet.
The airline was established in May 2003 and started operations on 13 August 2004. It is owned by Al Zamil Group (45%), Gulf Finance House (45%) and others (10%) and has 47 employees (at March 2007). The airline was initially planning to operate as a low-cost carrier, however it has since shifted its strategy and is focusing on charter operations. So far, the venture has been successful.
MenaJet's schedule is constantly changing as they are a charter carrier. In the summer, they operate to a number of destinations for vacation package companies, namely Nakhal. Throughout the rest of the year, MenaJet's traffic mostly relies on wet-leases and non-scheduled charters. MenaJet offers flights to Berlin, Amsterdam, Egypt, and Turkey.
The MenaJet fleet consists of the following aircraft (as of March 2009):
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