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LebanonSky leasing a Greek A321

Posted 16 November 2016 · Add Comment

LebanonSky has wet-leased an A321-100 from Greek ACMI/charter operator Olympus Airways, ch-aviation has reported.

The jet was recently ferried from Athens Int'l to Beirut where it is expected to assist the start-up in completing its AOC certification.

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