FLIGHTS TO BEIRUT
Benefit from free seat selection in advance and complimentary catering on our Beirut flights.
Flüge nach Beirut
von: £330 Hin- und Rückflugfrom: London, Apr 2015Buchen
Der Preis, den Sie zuerst sehen, ist der endgültige Preis.
Niedrigpreisfinder und niedrige Anzahlungen.
Ensure your next holiday is extra special by talking to one of our Middle East travel specialists.
Bookings made over the telephone incur a £5 booking fee per person.
Wenn Sie mit British Airways fliegen, genießen Sie preisgekrönten Service und ein ausgezeichnetes Preis-Leistungs-Verhältnis und müssen keine versteckten Zusatzgebühren fürchten.
Fly to Beirut and you are 15 minutes away from one of the planet’s most thrilling cities and a manageable drive from some of the ancient world’s iconic sights.
Lebanon packs in an incredible geographic and cultural diversity: the Roman ruins at Baalbek, the Phoenician port of Tyre and – more ancient than either – Byblos. In a few hours from London to Beirut you can be skiing on the Lebanese cedar slopes or sunbathing by the Med. But you will need energy left for Beirut’s hedonistic nightlife. A night at the Beirut Music Hall may be the most fun thing you do all year.
In just over five hours your London to Beirut flight will take you to the far side of the Mediterranean. Two daily flights to Beirut go from Heathrow Terminal One. Beirut airport arrivals are a mere 15 minutes from downtown.
Flying to Beirut from London in amazing style in the Club Europe cabin can be cheaper than you think. Check out the special offers. Euro traveller prices also compare well with many European destinations.
BA is the most popular airline flying direct to Beirut from London. With complimentary food and drink, and a generous 23kg luggage allowance it’s no surprise. Check in online or by mobile and benefit from special Executive Club privileges.
The airport is a mere 7km south of the city. Public transport options are very limited, so visitors usually hop in a taxi. This may be your introduction to Middle East haggling. The private minibuses that go to Martyr’s Square are much cheaper.
The recently revamped shopping area makes Beirut International one of the more enticing places to spend the hours before a flight. The shopping ‘street’ in the airport offers prices that compares well with western rivals. Lebanese food and gifts are given pride of place.