(FILES) This file photo taken on June 19, 2017 shows an Airbus A321 Neo performing a flight display at Le Bourget airport on the opening day of the International Paris Air Show. AFP / ERIC PIERMONT
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MEA chairman Mohammad Hout announced that the national carrier will receive five new Airbus 321 jets in the summer of 2019 in a bid to beef up its fleet.At present, MEA has 18 Airbus planes that fly to over 28 destinations.The Central Bank controls 99 percent of MEA's shares.Hout stressed that MEA as always ready to provide better services once Lebanon enjoys a further prosperity and peace. He also talked about the new advanced aviation training center opened by MEA in October.As for profits, Hout said that MEA had made accumulated profits of $1 billion over the past 15 years.
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