Aeroclub Lebanon

Beirut International Airport

3 aircraft flight school offering PPL, CPL, and IR courses

Courses

Private Pilot License, Commercial Pilot License, Instrument Rating

International Students

Yes

Aircraft fleet number

3

Aircraft fleet

1 Cessna 172SP, 1 Tecnam P92JS, 1 Cessna 172SP Garmin 1000

Accreditations

Lebanese Civil Aviation Authority (LCAA)

Entry Requirements

At least 18 years old, Pass Medical Exam

Aeroclub Lebanon was established in 1923 under the leadership of Commander Danan head of the Levant French Air Force the club. It was formerly called Aero Club Lebanon of Lebanon and Syria.   When it first opened, there were quickly 24 aspiring pilots. Its first student to fly alone is Youssef Acar.

Aero Club detached from Damascus and through a Presidential Decree became the Aero Club  of Lebanon as we know it today. It was, then, recognized as a public utility. One of the first Lebanese pilots, Mr. Habib Trad bought the pilot school. He built hangar at the airport in Bir Hassan. Its topped its operations during the World War II.

During the golden age of the club, its fleet is composed of three (3) Cessna 150, one (1) Cessna 172 and a piper Cherokee.

Courses offered:

  • Private Pilot License
  • Commercial Pilot License
  • Instrument Rating

Why join us?

Aeroclub Lebanon, currently, has a total of three (3) aircraft fleet composed of one (1) Cessna 172SP, one (1) Tecnam P92JS, and a Cessna 172SP Garmin 1000. It has two pilot training instructors who both have a high level of experience in flying.

It is also accredited by the Lebanese Civil Aviation Authority (LCAA).

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