Private jets at the tarmac in Beirut. (The Daily Star/Hasan Shaaban)
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Three of 17 private jets owned by Lebanese businessmen are up for sale, London-based company Global Jet Capital has said.Global Jet Capital, a provider of financing solutions for large-cabin, long-range private jets, reveals there are around 62 aircraft of this size for sale in the Middle East, with a combined value of around $646.9 million. The findings show that in total, there are around 559 mid- to large-sized private jets in the region, meaning that around 11 percent of the fleet is currently for sale.
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