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Information for flights to Beirut from Australia
|Flights arrive in||Beirut|
|Flights depart from||Australia|
|Airlines||Qatar Airways, Emirates, Etihad Airways, Qantas Airways|
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How long is the flight to Beirut?
What is the cheapest flight to Beirut?
The cheapest airline ticket to Beirut from Australia in the last 72 hours was $1,072 return on the route Sydney to Beirut. The most popular route is Sydney to Beirut and the cheapest ticket found on this route in the last 72 hours was $1,088 return.
How far is Beirut airport from central Beirut?
Beirut Airport is 8 kilometres from the centre of Beirut. View on map.
What is the name of Beirut’s airport?
Beirut is served by Beirut Airport, also commonly referred to as Beirut, Beirut Intl. The airport code is BEY.
How do I get from Beirut Airport to the city centre?
There is no public transport from Beirut Airport, however airport taxis are readily available and all have a flat rate. You’ll recognize certified taxis by the airport logo on the side of the car. Regular taxis are also available, but they don’t follow the flat rate and you will need to negotiate the fare with the driver before getting in. You can also request a rideshare service such as Uber for your airport pick-up.
Can I rent a car at Beirut Airport?
There are seven car rental companies with desks at Beirut Airport, some of them open 24 hours a day – you’ll be able to rent a car no matter what time you land. It’s worth noting that you can only rent a car if you are at least 21 years of age, and you will need to have an International Driver’s Permit as well as your driving license.
Is Wi-Fi available at Beirut Airport?
You can use the airport Wi-Fi connection free of charge for 30 minutes. If you wish to use the Internet for longer, you can purchase some extra time online using your credit card or by buying an Internet card from the duty-free zone. Additionally, there are 15 Internet kiosks located around the departure gates for those whose laptops are not equipped with Wi-Fi.
Are there any on-site airport hotels at Beirut Airport?
While there are no hotels at Beirut Airport, there are a few accommodation options nearby. Assaha Hotel is six minutes from the airport and offers airport transfers for USD25 (about AUD35) for pick-up and USD17 (about AUD24) for drop off. The Coral Beach Hotel and Beach Resort Hotel are also both six minutes from the airport but do not offer airport transfers. The Lancaster Tamar Hotel is 13 minutes from the airport and has a free shuttle transfer available.
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Pros: The seat 21A was absolutely horrid inducing claustrophobia due to limited space all around on a full flight long delayed on ground after taxiing for departure.
Cons: Etihad needs to be more sensitive of passenger comfort and avoid being so stingy with economy class seats (21A)
Cons: I was booked on flight QF 74 from San Francisco, connecting in Sydney (3 hour connection) to Queenstown, New Zealand. When I went to check in I was told that I needed a transit visa for Australia because of my Indian Passport. When I booked the flight back in September, it was not a requirement to have a transit Visa. I was told by the Qantas supervisor that this was a new requirement as of October for Indian and Chinese passport holders even with brief connections. 9 people were in a similar situation the day before and denied boarding. I understand that things change, but I am very disappointed in the service provided to me. Of course, they could not help me get an evisa for Australia, but they were not even willing to help me search for it rebook a Qantas flight connecting in a different city/country. They did not even connect me with online reservations directly to quickly do something to be able to continue on my journey. They only gave me a phone number to call and sent me away. I tried the number and was on hold for almost an hour. Luckily, my friends were on a different flight on Air New Zealand that had seats leaving in 2 hours, and I almost missed that waiting to talk to someone from Qantas. I booked a ticket with Air New Zealand (by talking to their checkin agent, who was able to connect me directly with a reservations agent via a direct line, which was something I was hoping Qantas would help me with at a bare minimum) and I was able to purchase a ticket for that Air NZ flight and continue on. I’m VERY disappointed in the way that I was treated and not provided with assistance in a timely manner. I would have almost missed that flight and have to miss out on pre-arranged travel plans losing out on an additional $2000 in tour / accommodation bookings.
Pros: My flight attendant, Grace, was delightful. There were several challenging passengers around me and I observed her handle them with the grace of someone who embodied their name—Grace.
Cons: No wifi on board. The plane was one of the older ones, but still perfectly nice.
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