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|Government Aviation Unit|
The Lebanese Government operated a single Falcon 20 business jet for VIP transport between 1979 and 1998, but this aircraft was not replaced. In 2008 Qatar donated an AW139 helicopter to Lebanon, for use by the President.
|1979||Lebanese Government Aviation Unit first established.|
|1998||Lebanese Government Aviation Unit disbanded.|
|2008||VIP transport helicopter delivered.|
The helicopter is operated by the Air Force on behalf of the Government.
The markings of the Falcon 20 are not known. The AW139 appears to carry the national flag on the fin and an air force roundel under the belly of the fuselage. It is not clear if any country identifying titles are carried.
Aircraft Serial Numbers
All government aircraft carry civilian registrations in the OD-xxx series.
Coding system not used
None – Manufacturers designations used
Current Aircraft Inventory
|AgustaWestland AW139||1||1||VIP Transport||Qatar|
All-Time Aircraft Used List
|Aircraft Type||Quantity||Service Entry||Retirement||Origin|
|Dassault Falcon 20F||1||1979||1998||France|
Aircraft NOT Used
No false reports known.
The helicopter is based at Beirut Airport.
Current Order of Battle
Historical Orders of Battle
All-Time Flying Units List
Current Air Bases
All aircraft are now based at Beirut Airport.
All-Time Air Bases Used List
To be added.
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