Beirut Rafic Hariri International Airport (BEY) is located in Lebanon in the southern suburbs of Beirut, 9km (6 miles) from the city centre. The airport has one terminal with four floors. The terminal has two wings that branch off from the main building. They are known as the East Wing and the West Wing.
Beirut International Airport is the only airport in Lebanon and the shopping facilities are second to none with a total retail space at the airport of more than 4,500 square metres encompassing five distinct shopping zones.
Middle Eastern Airways is the main carrier offering flights to Beirut International Airport. The airport is also a regional hub for charter carriers Wings of Lebanon and Med Airways. Travellers can fly to Beirut Rafic Hariri International Airport from London Heathrow, Paris, Cairo, Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Zurich and Istanbul as well as other cities across Europe, the Middle East and North Africa.
Beirut International Airport is a world-class airport and the perfect entry point for a laid-back holiday on Lebanon’s magnificent beaches or exploring ancient ruins.