Middle East Airlines: Lebanon’s Pride
Middle East Airlines operates flights from its hub in Beirut Rafic Hariri International Airport to neighboring Middle Eastern, European, and West African countries, with seasonal flights to Medina, Nice, and Copenhagen. The airlines is also a part of the SkyTeam Alliance and Arab Air Carriers Organization (AACO).
What Sets Middle East Airlines Apart
Middle East Airlines believes in providing modern, efficient and eco-friendly services. They have a young, well-trained, vibrant staff handling all your requests with ease. You can also enroll in their Cedar Miles loyalty rewards program if you’re a frequent flyer to parts of the Middle East. They offer four membership levels of Blue, Silver, Gold, and Platinum in accordance with a set of qualifying criteria. The Cedar Miles program is also aligned with their SkyTeam Alliance.
With a fleet of 17 aircrafts, Middle East Airlines flies to destinations like Montreal in Canada, Istanbul in Turkey, Geneva in Switzerland, Basra in Iraq, Berlin in Germany, Brussels in Belgium and various Indian cities like Mumbai, Bengaluru and Hyderabad.
Services You Can Expect
Middle East Airlines provides its customers multiple modern facilities and services such as the web check-in facility. You can use this facility any time from 24 hours to 3 hours prior the departure of the flight. MEA has a Special Care unit dedicated to serving differently abled passengers, aged patrons, minors, and people undergoing major medical treatments. MEA’s well-trained assistance team is available round the clock for help. Fully-equipped passenger assistance vehicles are also
available in case of emergencies. That apart, you can indulge the foodie in you by sampling MEA’s delightful range of Lebanese and European cuisine comprising fresh fruit tarts, hors d'oeuvres, desserts etc. MEA also serves Asian Vegetarian Meal (AVM), Infant/Baby Food (BBML) and Diabetic Meal (DBML) to suit all its patrons’ needs.
Middle East Airlines offer classes to its passengers: Cedar and Economy. It operates two airplanes: A330-200 and A320-200, with a total of 68 Cedar class and 302 economy class seats. Both types of MEA aircrafts have been designed to reflect the laidback yet vibrant nature of the city of Lebanon. Both the classes have spacious seating, a variety of music and movie channels for its travelers.
Awards for Middle East Airlines
Middle East Airlines is yet to win an award.