Lebanon News

Female British pilot's biplane journey stymied by 'geopolitics'

British Pilot Amanda Harrison steers 1942 Tiger Moth (DH82a) biplane after landing at the Beirut international airport, May 29, 2019. Harrison landed in Beirut as part of her U.K.-Darwin, Australia, solo flight, aimed at celebrating and promoting women in aviation and engineering. (AFP/Marwan Tahtah)





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