Beirut Rafic Hariri International Airport (BEY)
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Beirut, Lebanon (LB) Large airport
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Beirut Rafic Hariri International Airport Destinations List
This list shows the 45 locations you can fly to from Beirut Rafic Hariri International Airport
|Destination||IATA||Airlines Flying Route|
|Charles de Gaulle International||CDG||Air France, Middle East Airlines|
|Houari Boumediene||ALG||Air Algerie|
|Mohammed V International||CMN||Royal Air Maroc|
|Leonardo da Vinci–Fiumicino||FCO||Alitalia, Middle East Airlines|
|Malpensa International||MXP||Alitalia, Middle East Airlines|
|Minsk National||MSQ||Belavia Belarusian Airlines|
|London Heathrow||LHR||British Airways, Middle East Airlines|
|Larnaca International||LCA||Cyprus Airways, Middle East Airlines|
|Dubai International||DXB||Emirates, Middle East Airlines|
|Addis Ababa Bole International||ADD||Ethiopian Airlines|
|Abu Dhabi International||AUH||Etihad Airways, Middle East Airlines|
|Al Maktoum International||DWC||Fly Dubai|
|Sharjah International||SHJ||Air Arabia|
|Bahrain International||BAH||Gulf Air Bahrain|
|Imam Khomeini International||IKA||Iran Air|
|Mashhad International||MHD||Iran Air|
|Queen Alia International||AMM||Yemenia, Middle East Airlines, Royal Jordanian|
|Kuwait International||KWI||Jazeera Airways, Kuwait Airways, Middle East Airlines|
|Frankfurt am Main||FRA||Lufthansa, Middle East Airlines|
|Kotoka International||ACC||Middle East Airlines|
|Eleftherios Venizelos International||ATH||Middle East Airlines|
|Baghdad International||BGW||Middle East Airlines|
|Brussels||BRU||Middle East Airlines|
|Basrah International||BSR||Middle East Airlines|
|Cairo International||CAI||Middle East Airlines, Egyptair|
|King Fahd International||DMM||Middle East Airlines|
|Doha International||Middle East Airlines, Qatar Airways|
|Erbil International||EBL||Middle East Airlines, Zoom Airlines|
|Zvartnots International||EVN||Middle East Airlines|
|Geneva Cointrin International||GVA||Middle East Airlines|
|Atatürk International||ISL||Middle East Airlines, Turkish Airlines|
|King Abdulaziz International||JED||Middle East Airlines, Saudi Arabian Airlines|
|Mallam Aminu International||KAN||Middle East Airlines|
|Murtala Muhammed International||LOS||Middle East Airlines|
|Prince Mohammad Bin Abdulaziz||MED||Middle East Airlines, Saudi Arabian Airlines|
|Al Najaf International||NJF||Middle East Airlines|
|Henri Coandă International||OTP||Middle East Airlines, Tarom|
|King Khaled International||RUH||Middle East Airlines, Saudi Arabian Airlines|
|Sheremetyevo International||SVO||Middle East Airlines, Aeroflot Russian Airlines|
|Tunis Carthage International||TUN||Middle East Airlines, Tunisair|
|Borg El Arab International||HBE||Egyptair|
|Sabiha Gökçen International||SAW||Pegasus Airlines|
|Muscat International||MCT||Oman Air|
Beirut Rafic Hariri International Airport Destinations Map
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Beirut Rafic Hariri International Airport Reviews (11)
It is clean and nice, but very boring. Also, the workers there are lazy and rude (especially to African and Asian people). It needs more shopping and dining options. Dubai’s airport is much much better.
It’s a splendid airport, it’s a nice area to go around, the stuff of all section are very helpful and so friendly, it is so clean and have all the facilities that a person needs, the duty free have all varieties.
I am a frequent flyer and every time I visit the airport in Beirut, I notice that it is really one of the best airports. It is a modern airport and its services are great. The departures duty free offers everything you expect. The arrivals duty free is quite modest. It is perfectly organized.
Customs Was A Pain
The airport is small and easy to get around, though access to the city can be tricky. Overall, a decent airport, though customs was a pain.
Boring But Nice
This airport is decent, but boring. Food options not so great, but the duty free has some good choices. It is clean and easy to get around. Service provided by workers is mixed, some are lazy, but others are very nice and helpful. It just doesn’t have that ‘wow’ factor that other airports have. Not the best the region has to offer, but not the worst either.
Bland And Blah
The airport is nice and pleasant, but hardly stands out. Very drab and blah. Can’t compare to the one in Dubai at all. Service is very inconsistent, some people are really helpful and friendly, others make it seem like they are doing you a favour if they help you when it’s their job to do so! Then again, I was flying first, and most of the helpful attitude I received was in the first class lounge (small but nice). God help the people flying economy! Honestly, it’s not all that bad, it’s just not that great.
An all-right airport. A bit bland and stale, they are trying to add some color with paintings and plants but it still feels like a hospital. The duty free is decent (it’s not Heathrow or anything on that level), but prices are rising. In fact, the focus seems to be more on selling you things than anything else. The dining options, for example, are rather limited. Service is adequate if not exceptional. Honestly, for all the hype, I was expecting a little more. On the plus side, it is clean and easy to get around.
The airport is fine, organized, staff everywhere to assist. My situation was that as I tried to change a flight time with Emirates on the phone, they told me to pay the difference in fare at the Beirut airport ticket counter. However Emirates airlines does not have a ticket counter there that accepts payments. The ticket counter that there is, works for other airlines… In the end somehow I managed to come home.
The airport as such is good, but transfer between the airport and the city is difficult. If you do not wish to pay triple price to the taxi drivers, your only option is go on foot – it is between 5 and 8 km to the different part of city. I’ve heard, that a bus is going via nearby roundabout (1 km from terminal), but many aircrafts arrive in the middle of the night and in any case Beirout buses are known for their unreliability.
What It Was A Year Ago. . .
Great airport, used to be new and vast, incredible place for such a small country… Hope it hasn’t been too damaged.
christine August 19, 2017 at 5:56 am
Every Airport has Starbucks cafe we need Starbucks and other well known cafes.