Cheap flights from Beirut to Dubai
Flight information Beirut to Dubai
Cheapest roundtrip price last month
Flights per week
Average flight time, total distance 2143 kilometers
Most popular airline last month
Dubai, Dubai Al Maktoum International, Dubai Creek SPB and Jebel Ali SPB
Frequently asked questions
Dubai has two international airports - Dubai International Airport, the country’s busiest and primary airport, and Al Maktoum International Airport, a newer development yet to reach full capacity. Flights from Beirut to Dubai are available from a number of airlines to both Dubai airports. Emirates, flydubai and Middle East Airlines fly to Dubai International Airport and flydubai also offers flights to Al Maktoum International Airport.
* This information is correct as of May 2019
Airport Information - Arriving
Dubai International Airport offers a large selection of amenities and facilities to keep travelers occupied. There are many stores throughout the airport offering everything including designer brands and basic travel essentials, while there is also extensive duty-free shopping available. The airport also offers a wide selection of eateries, cafes and restaurants so hungry travelers can find something to their tastes before flying.
Dubai International Airport has three passenger terminals which can all be reached from one another easily if you have to transfer between flights. While Terminals 1 and 3 are connected to the Dubai Metro, passengers looking to reach Terminal 2 will need to use the free shuttle bus.
Al Maktoum International Airport is Dubai’s newest airport and is still growing and taking on new routes each year. At the airport you can still find an ample selection of stores and places to eat but not as many compared to Dubai International Airport.
Airport Information - Departing
Beirut Airport is Lebanon’s main international airport offering many amenities for passengers to enjoy. The airport is housed within a single terminal set over four floors and also has an East Wing and West Wing. As well as boasting many cafes and restaurants, passengers at Beirut Airport can look forward to duty-free shopping and many other stores to browse through. Travelers who would prefer to wait for flights in luxurious surroundings may consider visiting the Cedar Lounge.
What to Expect in Dubai
Explore the hotel options that Dubai has to offer and choose the right accommodation for you. Many nationals are able to either enter Dubai visa free or obtain a visa upon arrival, although Lebanese nationals will need to arrange one before traveling in order to enter the country. In Dubai you can expect scorching hot weather, especially over the summer, although if you prefer slightly cooler temperatures you may want to visit between October and March. Check out the best things to do in Dubai as well as great tips for what you can do at night and for free.
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