A passenger pushes a trolley as he exits Beirut Airport, Tuesday, March 29, 2016. (The Daily Star/Mohammad Azakir)
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Representatives of taxi drivers and companies Tuesday lobbied to amend new airport regulations on taxis that reportedly increased restrictions on their ability to pick up customers from Beirut's Rafik Hariri International Airport.In 2016, Decision 576/1 forbade taxis that weren't licensed by the airport from entering the arrivals area to pick up clients.Last week, the Unions and Leagues of Land Transportation announced it had reached an agreement with Fenianos on a new set of regulations organizing taxi operations at the airport.Fayyad meanwhile said that the proposed amendments were not enough, because all taxi drivers -- whether they belonged to private companies or not -- should be allowed into the airport.
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