Flying Carpet Company is a small Lebanese airline. It consists of one Swearingen SA-227 Metro 19-seat turboprop airplane, one Piper PA-28, one Piper PA-32 and one Piper PA-34. In 2006 it received two Boeing 737-200 formerly owned by Southwest Airlines and Delta Air Lines. The airline flies one route, Beirut to Baghdad, on Mondays and Thursdays. In August 2007 it also offered a direct service from Beirut to Berlin and Hanover in Germany.
Ever thought of using a flying carpet? Australian Engineer Rob Wallace has come up with an idea to help smooth the boarding process on medium-size airliners. Tom Allot reports.(AIRLINE SECTION)
Jun 01, 2011; Everybody knows that aircraft only earn money for their owners when they are airborne. Improving efficiency is on everybody's...