Getting There in Lebanon

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Beirut is served by all Major European carriers- British Airways from Heathrow airport twice a day, Air France flies from 20 UK destinations via CDG to Beirut with 4 daily flights using 777-300 equipment. Alitalia, Lufthansa, Iberia, Turkish, Austrian, JAT, Swiss, Olympic etc all have flights to Beirut via their hubs.

Flight time is around 4 1/2 hours using mostly A321/A320/B737 equipment although Middle East Airlines, the country's flag carrier, operates state of the art A330-200s offering inseat video and audio entertainment. They fly to most European cities.

From Africa, MEA flies from Kano, Abidjan, Acca, Lagos to Beirut. Flight time is approximatly 7 hours.

From Australia, Emirates flies via Dubai.

American passengers must transfer in Amman, Cairo or Dubai.Alternativley, via any European hub.

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From Damascus, bus station Baramka, Beirut can be reached by taking a share taxi for 5 persons, which in March 2007 costs 700 Syrian Pounds per person (which is a bit more than 13 US dollars). Depending how long you are prepared to wait for other passengers to show up, you may want to pay extra (700 per seat). If you pay 3500 Syrian Pounds (about 67 US dollars) you have the whole taxi for yourself and you can leave at once. The other way around is the same price. A share taxi per person from Damascus to Amman, Jordan, is 600 Syrian Pounds (about 11,5 US dollars), same price the more..

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