Wings of Lebanon
|Hubs||Beirut–Rafic Hariri International Airport|
|Key people||Mr Naji Majdalni (General manager)|
Wings of Lebanon is a privately held Lebanese airline, owned by the Nakhal group, which in July 2016 expanded its business model from pure charter operations to include largely seasonal scheduled international passenger services from its main base at Beirut Rafic Hariri International Airport. The carrier has historically operated one Boeing 737-300, but has expanded its operations using a variety of wet-leased Boeing 737 aircraft as well as Airbus 319 and 321.
Wings of Lebanon operates the following seasonal routes:
- Luxor - Luxor International Airport (seasonal charter)
- Sharm El Sheikh - Sharm El Sheikh International Airport (seasonal charter)
- Chania - Chania International Airport (seasonal charter)
- Mykonos - Mykonos Island National Airport (seasonal charter)
- Santorini - Santorini (Thira) National Airport (seasonal charter)
Turkey Bodrum Antalya
- Adana - Şakirpaşa Airport
- Dalaman - Dalaman Airport (seasonal charter)
- Gaziantep - Oğuzeli Airport (seasonal charter)
The Wings of Lebanon fleet currently consists of the following aircraft (as of March 2017):
|Airbus A320-200||1||—||—||0||144||144||Leased from Olympus Airlines|
|Airbus A321-200||1||—||—||24||176||200||Leased from AlMasria Universal Airlines|
The historic fleet of Wings of Lebanon fleet is as follows:
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