Faced with financial difficulties, the Lebanese Army decided to market helicopter rides. Robinson R44 Ravens based in Amshit and Riyak will be made available to people willing to spend $ 150 for a 15-minute ride in the skies of Lebanon. This new program, entitled “Lebanon seen from above” which will mainly benefit the tourists expected in Lebanon will start from this Thursday.

3 passengers can be on board for 50 USD each.

This information comes as the situation of the Lebanese army becomes critical with the deterioration of the value of the local currency. Thus, the institution now depends on food aid from foreign countries and has already received donations from France, Oman and Egypt. From now on, the minimum balance of Lebanese soldiers would reach less than 40 USD against 600 USD 2 years ago. Some are now calling for food aid to feed their families as well.

To benefit from it, you have to reserve your place at the following link: https://lebarmy.page.link/sgRc . The answer should be given within 48 hours.

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