Public Works and Transport Minister Youssef Fenianos opened a training simulator at the Beirut airport, June 24, 2019. (The Daily Star/Hasan Shaaban)
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Public Works and Transportation Minister Youssef Fenianos Monday opened a training simulator at the Beirut airport, designed to represent real-life air navigation scenarios. During an opening ceremony for the center, Kamal Nasreddine, the head of the airport's air navigation department, described it as "a qualitative leap forward" in Lebanese air safety, the state-run National News Agency reported. The opening of the new center comes as part of a wider airport rehabilitation project, which includes the opening of additional passport inspection counters, the revamping of the security checks system and the removal of entry and exit cards for those traveling on a non-Lebanese passport.
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