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Latest Beirut Rafic Hariri International Airport Stories

2008-09-14 15:00:18

According to Assafir newspaper (September 13, 2008), an official report issued by the Rafiq Hariri Beirut International Airport shows that the total number of the operated flights via the airport amounted to 8,169 flights in the first eight months of 2008 compared with 3,950 flights in the corresponding period of last year, a 106% growth. Originally published by Info-Prod Strategic Business Information. (c) 2008 Info-Prod Research (Middle East). Provided by ProQuest LLC. All rights Reserved.

2008-09-14 15:00:18

According to Assafir newspaper (September 13, 2008), an official report issued by the Rafiq Hariri Beirut International Airport shows that the total passengers traffic volume via the airport amounted to 2,649,872 passengers in the first eight months of 2008 compared with 2,255,919 passengers in the corresponding period of last year, a 17.4% growth. Originally published by Info-Prod Strategic Business Information. (c) 2008 Info-Prod Research (Middle East). Provided by ProQuest LLC. All...

2008-08-11 09:00:49

Middle East airlines agrees $3 million global it upgrade with Sita to boost speed and data access SITA, the specialist provider of IT business solutions and communication services for airlines, today announced a five-year $3 million agreement with Middle East Airlines, Lebanon's national airline, to implement and maintain an advanced communication and data infrastructure across 20 of their sites globally. The implementation will result in speed and data access higher than current levels....

2006-07-12 22:50:44

BEIRUT (Reuters) - Beirut's international airport closed until further notice after its runways where rocketed by Israeli aircraft, a senior airport source said.


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