Beirut Airport Guide to Rafic Hariri International Airport (BEY)

Beirut Airport (BEY)

Use this website to quickly find the most important information about Beirut – Rafic Hariri International Airport: Flights, Departures, Arrivals, Parking, Car Rentals, Hotels near the airport and other information about Beirut Airport. Plan your travel to BEY Airport with the information provided in this site.


Beirut Airport is a Premier Middle East hub, hosting flights to the Gulf countries, North Africa, Western Europe and Russia.


Beirut Airport registered a total flow of 7,510,828 passengers in 2016.

Terminal Information + info

Beirut Airport has a single passenger terminal. It is a four level U shaped building with two wings from east to west which are accessible from the second level of the main terminal. See below the level distribution:

- Ground level: Arrivals Hall.
- Level 2: Departures Hall. Access to east and west wings.
- Level 3: Airlines lounges.
- Level 4: (Closed to passengers) Airport administrative offices.

Facilities and Services + info

Beirut Airport offers the following services to passengers:

- Currency Exchange
- Lost & Found
- Left luggage
- Baggage wrapping
- Toilets
- Pay phones
- Accessible toilets
- ATMs
- Baby care rooms
- Wheel-chair renting service
- Duty-free shops
- Free Wi-Fi connection
- Baggage trolleys
- Car rental booths
- Internet kiosks
- Public telephones
- Prayer room

Transport + info

The following means of transport are available at Beirut Airport:

Taxi: Get to Beirut downtown within 30 minutes. (See more information)

Car rental: Hire a car through our search engine or in the Arrivals Hall, located in the ground level, at the car rental counters. (See more information)

Contact Information

Find above several contact information regarding Beirut Airport:

Beirut Rafic Hariri International Airport

Phone: +96 11 62 80 00

About Beirut

Beirut is the main and largest city in Lebanon with a total population of 1,916,100 inhabitants. It is located in the Mediterranean coast, on a peninsula, being also the main port of the country due to its strategic location.

Beirut is one of the oldest cities in the world; it has been inhabited for more than 5,000 years: there is evidence of Beirut in Ancient Egypt letters dated of 15th century BC. Ancient Greek, the Roman Empire and the Ottoman Empire ruled over the country in some point of its history.

The city hosts the Lebanon’s government and many of the financial partners of the country. It is the main economic, cultural and education centre of the country.

Tourism has been historically an important economic sector to Lebanon, especially before the Lebanese Civil War which come to known Beirut as the “Paris of East” for its historic and diverse atmosphere and for being in the past under the French rule.

While your stay in Beirut, you shouldn’t miss the Beirut Central District, since it is a pedestrianized sector and hosts the core of all tourism. It is worth to see since it hosts Venetian, Gothic, French, Ottoman and Arabesque architecture buildings such as mosques, crusaders churches and also some Roman ruins. Amenities like restaurants, cafés and shopping malls are available in this sector.

Other worth to see locations are Corniche Beirut, a pedestrian promenade from Saint George Bay to Avenue de Paris and Avenue General de Gaulle which encircles the city seafront, Badaro neighbourhood, the Beirut Pine Forest park, Hamra Street, the American University of Beirut and Gemmayzeh quarter, which is the artistic Bohemian neighbourhood.

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