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Formed in 2000 and started operations in 2001. Formerly "Flying Carpet" (FCR). Domestic, regional & international, scheduled & charter, jet airplane services.
General Aviation Terminal
PO Box 13-5051
Rafik Hariri International Airport
Lebanon (Republic of Lebanon) was established in 1918, it covers an area of 83,856 sq km, its population is 4.5 million, its capital city is Beirut, and its official language is Arabic.
April 2006: 737-2H4 (23109, OD-AMB), delivery (see photo).
January 2009: "Flying Carpet" is changing its name to "Med Airways" and introducing customized liveries featuring famous Lebanese landmarks. (FCR) currently operates 2 737-200s and one Canadair CRJ-200 and each will be painted into a standard corporate livery with a famous landmark decorating the tail of each airplane - - SEE ATTACHED PHOTOS - - "FCR-NEWS-2009-01." The Temple Ruins of Baalbek is known to be one of the chosen landmarks. Another is thought to be Byblos - - believed by many to be the oldest continuously-inhabited city in the world.
August 2010: Med Airways (FCR) operates passenger, VIP and cargo air charters, air taxi and air ambulance services from Beirut. Additional services include airplane maintenance and pilot (FC) training. (FCR) is planning to serve a scheduled network to include Erbil, Baghdad, Sulaymania, Basra, Khartoum, and Stockholm.
Employees = 86.
(IATA) Code: 7Y. (ICAO) Code: FCR (Callsign - FLYING CARPET).
Main base: Beirut Rafic Hariri International airport (BEY).