MEA jet takes off from Beirut Airport, Thursday, Jan. 12, 2017. (The Daily Star/Mohammad Azakir)
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Passengers leaving Lebanon from Monday will have to pay higher exit fees following a tax hike law passed on Oct. 26 .Tax on short-haul business and first class tickets is unchanged at LL70,000 and LL100,000, with a new LL100,000 tax on private jet passengers.However, as of Monday, the tax on long-haul business class tickets is LL110,000, up from LL70,000, tax on long-haul first class tickets is LL150,000, up from LL100,000, and there is a new private jet passenger departure tax of LL400,000 .
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