Beirut-based Middle East Airlines should see a $100 million profit this year as the airline draws on the benefits from improving stability in war-torn Lebanon and the return of tourists. The airline this year expects to grow passenger numbers by 18% from last year’s total, although yields have been hurt by competition, airline CEO Mohamad A. El-Hout said on the sidelines of the annual Arab Air Carriers Organization annual general meeting in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. Beirut Airport, the ...


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