Lebanon Flights Guide

Lebanon, also known as The Lebanese Republic, is formally considered a sovereign Western Republic in The Middle East. It is bordered by Syria, Israel, and the Mediterranean Sea, and Arabic is the official language. In the mid-2000s, Lebanon was considered a popular touristic destination with a popular nightlife sea, though political unrest has caused a quieting of the hospitality industry.

The capital city, Beirut, is the largest in the country, and considered one of the oldest civilizations in the world. Because of this, Beirut is home to many ancient ruins, dating from before Roman times. Tripoli is considered the second largest city, and The city of Sidon is the third, and is often associated with the ancient kingdom of Phoenicia.

The Beirut Rafic Hariri International Airport is by far the largest and most significant in this small country, and is located in the outskirts of the city of Beirut. It is currently the only commercial airport in the country, though two private air bases also exist within the borders of the country.

Lebanon's climate is considered to be mild and Mediterranean, with coastal cities being particularly temperate. In elevated areas, snowfall is not uncommon, though by the coast, it is obviously not considered normal. Most of the country receives a high amount of rainfall, especially in the autumn and winter months.
Popular Routes to Lebanon

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