British Airways resumes services to Beirut
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British Airways resumes services to Beirut

British Airways resumes services to Beirut

British Airways has said the airline industry is expected to continue its growth in the Middle East, albeit at a slower pace than previous years, The Daily Star has reported. "I see growth due to strong demand, but I don't know if it will continue at the same pace," British Airways Middle East Commercial Manager Paolo De Renzis told the daily hours before the touchdown of the first British Airways plane at Rafik Hariri international airport since 1992. British Airways began running flights to Lebanon in 1987, but ended operations five years later. The carrier will now run daily flights during the winter season and 10 flights per week during summer, said Renzis.

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