Formed and started operations in 2006. A K A "WOL - Wings of Lebanon." Wet-lease (ACMI) jet airplane operator.
El Hage Building
PO Box 113
5494 Beirut, Lebanon
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.
January 2007: 1 737-232 (23083, OD-WOL), ex-Delta Airlines (DAL), bought from Aventura Aviation.
July 2007: 737-232 (23083, OD-WOL), wet-leased to Toumai Air Tchad (TCH).
January 2010: 737-3Q8 (26313, OD-HAJ), (ILF) 3 year leased.
August 2010: Wings of Lebanon (WOL) operates passenger charter flights including regular services linking Beirut with Baghdad.
(IAT) Code: L4. (ICAO) Code: WLB (Callsign - WINGS LEBANON).
Main base: Beirut Rafic Hariri International airport (BEY).
June 2015: Wings of Lebanon (WOL) has wet-leased a 737-300 from Air Baltic (BT, Riga) (BAU) Skyliner Aviation has revealed. The 737-300 (29267, YL-BBS) was ferried from Riga to Beirut.
The Lebanese charter operator's only other airplane, also a 737-300, is currently on active duty for Trans Air Congo ((IATA) Code: Q8, based at Pointe Noire) (TSG) in the Republic of Congo.
October 2018: Turkish Technic (THY) was selected by Wings of Lebanon (WOL) to provide 737NG wheel and brake services.