The International Air Transport Association (IATA) recommends that a Board of Airline Representatives (BAR) is established in each country where civil aviation is an important part of business life.
Accordingly, the Board of Airline Representatives in Lebanon (BARLEB) was formed in 1952 and represents today the majority of airlines operating to Lebanon.
To encourage and to promote the interests of regular airlines engaged in the carriage of passengers and cargo to, from and within Lebanon.
BARLEB strives to represent the interests of the member airlines so that the best possible conditions for successful civil aviation are created.
The objectives are achieved by representing the members in dealing with many industry participants, including Politicians, Government Departments, Regulators and Airport Operators.Most of the BARLEB work is done behind the scenes, keeping the members up to date with industrial and governmental developments that may affect their ability to conduct business.
BARLEB does NOT engage itself in:
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