Whisk yourself off to a new place, for a totally new experience right from the streets of Beirut. This city has connections to places all over the world, and learning about all the places you can fly to is as easy as typing ‘everywhere’ into Skyscanner’s destination search bar on the homepage.
Once you’ve selected a city, all you need do is pop in the dates to be shown a plethora of results across every single airline operating out of Beirut. You can narrow these results down with a series of tools that can tailor to a particular airline, or how many connections you can handle, even by how many hours you will be subject to on your journey, so you can choose the right flight at the most affordable price.
Of course, if you aren’t settled on a date, you can find ways to save even more money. Click on our calendar instead of inputting your set dates, and we’ll search for your route over the month. You may find that there is a steep drop in price either side of the date you have chosen, leaving you free to spend those savings on something fun and frothy on your upcoming holiday.
Finding flights from Beirut-Rafic Hariri International Airport (BEY)
Easily the largest airport in the country, and the premier hub for the city of Beirut, the Rafic Hariri International Airport (BEY) is an excellent port to fly from. The airport is less than 10km from the centre of town, and reached via taxi or shuttle services.
There are 50 cities you can get to from Beirut’s airport on non-stop routes, and these are directed to destinations in Africa, Europe, and the Middle East.
Flights out of Beirut can be booked with airlines like MEA, Germania, Emirates, Royal Air Maroc, EgyptAir, Saudia, Turkish Airlines, Kuwait Airways, Air Serbia, Gulf Air, Aegean Airlines, and Aeroflot.
Popular destinations from Beirut-Rafic Hariri International Airport
Lebanon is a small country, so generally all domestic trips are done via car, or scheduled tours. One of the advantages of this, is that weekend getaway can be spent in any number of countries. Within an hour or two, you can be sunning yourself on a beach in Cyprus (LCA), touring the museums of Cairo (CAI), and then riding out to the ancient Pyramids of Giza, or even shopping in the Grand Bazaar of Istanbul (IST).
Embarking on a plane trip of three to six hours on the other hand can mean sipping a cappuccino in the plazas of Rome (FCO), indulging in pastries beside the River Seine in Paris (CDG), or marvelling at the shipcraft of the Swedes by visiting the museums of Stockholm (ARN).
Longer flights to destinations in Asia, the Americas and to cities in Australasia will mean transfers in larger hubs, in London (LHR), or Dubai (DXB), and from there you can plane trips to every corner of the globe.
Please note that information is correct as of January 2017
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