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New airline for Lebanon planned

May 6 - Planet Group owner, Georges Mousa and two other Gulf partners plan to start a full-service airline in the next 18 months. The Dubai-based Lebanese businessman said the airline plan is complete but they are waiting on approval from the Lebanese government to open skies for competition. They are expected to do so in 2010.
 

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