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About Wings of Lebanon

Wings of Lebanon is a privately held Lebanese airline, owned by the Nakhal group. In julio 2016, the Nakhal group 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. There are now 4 aircraft in the Wings of Lebanon fleet.

 


 

Wings of Lebanon Baggage

Carry-on Baggage

You can carry one item of hand baggage up to 7 KG on board with you for free. In addition, you can carry one laptop bag or one small ladies handbag/ gentlemen’s satchel (not exceeding 25 cm× 33 cm × 20 cm) or one duty free shopping bag. Your total carry-on allowance must not exceed 10 kg. Each item of hand baggage has to be smaller than 56 cm x 45 cm x 25 cm so you can store it in the overhead locker or under your seat. If your hand baggage is too big or too heavy to carry on board, you can check it in at the check-in desk subject to your checked baggage allowance and applicable excess baggage rates.

 

Equipaje Facturado

Each passenger is entitled to one piece of luggage up to a maximum of 23 KG (unless otherwise stated)

  Departure / Arrival city     Equipaje Facturado     Hand baggage (56 x 45 x 25 cm)   Extra weight fees   
       
        Estocolmo         30 kg   7 kg   $15 / KG 
       Gotemburgo        30 kg  7 kg   $15 / KG 
        Malmo        30 kg  7 kg   $15 / KG 
        Billund        30 kg  7 kg   $15 / KG
        Berlina        30 kg  7 kg   $15 / KG
        Sabiha        30 kg  7 kg   $7 / KG
        Adana        35 kg  7 kg   $7 / KG  


Sweden 1 extra bag (20KG) 150$
Adana 1 extra bag (20KG) $100

The following applies to services available in GDSs under the H1 code

  • 1 piece per passenger free of charge (max 23 kg)
  • Carry-on: 1 piece per passenger free of charge (max 7kg)


The number of items of baggage that you can bring is flexible within the free baggage allowance. Please note however that for security and occupational safety reasons your checked-in item of baggage may not weigh more than 23 kg.
 

  • Each passenger is entitled to one piece of luggage up to a maximum of 23 KG (unless otherwise stated)
  • Excess weight will be charged $5 per KG up to the maximum allowable weight of 5 KG. (Applicable to all destinations not listed in the table above)
  • Over-sized baggage will be charged $20 accumulated to the excess baggage fee in case it exceeds the allowance.

 


 

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Wings of Lebanon Hub Airport 

Beirut - Rafic Hariri International Airport

Beirut–Rafic Hariri International Airport is located 9 kilometres (5.6 mi) from the city centre in the southern suburbs of  Beirut, Lebanon. It is the only operational commercial airport in the country. It is the hub for Lebanon's national carrier, Middle East Airlines (more commonly known as MEA). It is also the hub for the Lebanese cargo carrier, as well as Wings of Lebanon.

It is the main point of entry into the country along with the the coastal port of Beirut. The airport is managed and operated by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA). The DGCA is also responsible for operating air traffic control (ATC) at the airport as well as controlling Lebanon's airspace. Maintenance and general upkeep duties ranging from cleaning the terminal to de-rubberising the runways are the responsibility of Middle East Airports Services (MEAS), which is a wholly owned subsidiary of the national carrier, Middle East Airlines.

 

 


 


Wings of Lebanon Destinations

Wings of Lebanon operates seasonal routes to the following destinations.

 

      Austria   Viena   Aeropuerto Internacional de Viena
      Croacia   Dubrovnik   Dubrovnik Airport
      Chipre   Paphos   Paphos Airport
     

 

Republica checa

 

 

Praga 

 

 

Václav Havel Airport

      Dinamarca   Coppenhagen   Coppenhagen Airport
      Egipto  

 

Luxor

 

  Luxor International Airport
          Sharm el Sheikh   Sharm el Sheikh International Airport
      Georgia   Batumi   Batumi International Airport
          Tiflis   Tbilisi International Airport
      Grecia   Chania   Chania International Airport
          Mykonos   Mykonos Island International Airport
          Santorini   Sanorini National Airport
      Hungría   Budapest   Ferenc Liszt International Airport
      Corrí    Mashhad   Mashhad International Airport
          Teherán   Tehran International Airport
      Italia    Nápoles   Naples International Airport
      Siria   Damasco   Damascus International Airport
      Turquía   Adana    
          Dalaman   Dalaman Airport
          Gaziantep    
      Suecia   Estocolmo   Arianda Airport
          Malmö   Malmö Airport
          Gotemburgo    

 


 

Wings of Lebanon News

30 abril 2018

Wings of Lebanon want European ban to be lifted

In 2015, Wings of Lebanon was blacklisted by the European Commision, preventing the airline from flying within the European airspace. Following a revision of the blacklist on 14 junio 2018, Wings of Lebanon remains as one of the airlines that are banned from Europe and Wings of Lebanon don't know why.

Speaking on the matter, Director General of Wings of Lebanon, Miran Farid, stated that he believes there's no reason why Wings of Lebanon should remain on the blacklist, the airline has invited the European Commission to do an inspection of the airline, but apparently they've declined. Farid added that although Wings of Lebanon were not taken off the blacklist in the recent revision, the airline is in talks to get a thorough inspection in November this year and remain confident that they'll be allowed to fly within Europe in 2019.

 


 

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