Cheap Flights To Beirut
Cheapest price to Beirut
(from London Heathrow)
Departure : May 10, 2017
Return : May 22, 2017
fare was last inquired on Mar 28, 2017
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Make your holiday inspirational by booking cheap flights to Beirut for any season. The capital city of Lebanon serves as the main seaport for harboring trade and commerce from overseas. Its roots string back from the reign of the Roman and Ottoman empires, and such has been its charm that it has been dubbed as the ‘Paris of the Middle East’ in the past.
Beirut flights land at the country’s main Beirut International Airport, which completely operates on an international basis with serving 1100 flights to over 46 cities weekly, non-stop. After extensive negotiations and filtering of budget flight deals, TravelhouseUK brings forward Alitalia, British Airways and Air France for cheap flight tickets to Beirut. Clients can also avail business class seats and direct flights for Beirut via our agents remaining online throughout the day.
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The largest city and the capital of Lebanon is nothing short of a pleasurable ride especially because of the numerous attractions, lively bars, wonderful historic sites and the delicious traditional dishes such as hummus to tantalize your taste buds. Lebanon's prime seaport in the middle of its coasts with the Mediterranean Ocean, Beirut is the capital city and the seat of government over the country. Beirut reserves the grandeur of palaces, whether it is the Beit ed-Dine Castle to highlight historical heritage, or the Chateau Montagne to offer modern luxury for guests. Christian heritage like the Greek Orthodox Cathedral of St George and the Evangelical Church are proof that Christian communities are still present and safeguarded in the country. The Temples of Baalbek are one of the most ancient intact structures hailing from the Roman Empire, with their sheer magnanimity undermining every single element surrounding them. Same goes for the Roman Baths, as well as the Garden of Forgiveness. The National Museum of Beirut and the Archaeological Museum of the American university of Beirut are the largest institutions present to represent history at the national state level. Other specialty museums like the Mineral Museum, Banque du Liban (Lebanon Bank Museum) and the Cilicia Museum attract interest from tourists exploring for something unique on a wanderlust tour. Private museums have spawned from Beirut
Lufthansa, Air France, Emirates, Turkish Airlines and Qatar Airways are some of the leading airlines that are offering Beirut flights from London. Other airlines include Aegean Airlines, Alitalia, British Airways, Middle East Airlines and Egypt Air.
Yes, British Airways and Middle East Airlines (MEA) are offering direct flights to the city of Beirut from London.
Non-stop flights take nearly 5 hours to reach Beirut directly. Flight duration for the connecting flights can range from 7 hours to 13 hours depending upon the itinerary chosen for the flight, while a good itinerary would have a single stopover of at least 1.5 hours, while 2 stopovers are also common on these routes.
Beirut Rafic Hariri Airport, formerly titled as Beirut International Airport, is located 9 kilometres away from central Beirut much towards the southern limits of the city.
The only form of formal public transport available at Beirut
Banking services such as ATMs are at the arrivals terminal whereas the departure terminal is equipped with full banking services. For on the go communication, the airport also provides free Wi-Fi connectivity for up to 30 minutes. Card phones and telephone cards can also be procured from automated machines. The departure terminal is also equipped with a post office, along with business lounges with basic office utilities, an emergency medical clinic, and an international information centre for foreign as well as local visitors. Economy class lounges with basic passenger services include Beirut Lounge, Babylos Lounge and Cedar Lounge shared among various airlines. There are several choices available at the airport in terms of restaurants and caf
The main public transport options available in Beirut are buses and taxis. Private companies like the Lebanese Commuting Company (LCC) operate red and white buses throughout the city only during the working hours of the day. There are no bus stops available per se and the only way of getting hold of one is to signal with your hand as you see one approaching and the bus will stop. After 7pm, when the working hours are over, the same routes are taken over by minibuses. A more convenient form of transport in Beirut is to use the taxi service. Taxis can be shared service-taxis or private taxis.
Beirut offers great accommodation options that exemplify modern chic with just the right touch of Ottoman-era opulence that is further matched with the warmth of Lebanese hospitality. A lot depends on the district opted for a stay, whether it