Take a trip to Lebanon with one of our frequent flights to this Mediterranean nation. Whether you’re visiting the sun-kissed country for work or pleasure, we can transport you directly to its thriving capital, Beirut. This bustling city serves as the perfect starting point to explore the rest of the country.

You’ll journey to Lebanon in comfort, as our aircraft have been designed with our passengers in mind. Relax in optimised seats which provide plenty of legroom and get lost in a world of entertainment with your own personal touchscreen – there’s movies, music and TV shows galore. Plus, you can stay connected as you fly with our onboard WiFi. Fancy a feast as you cruise the skies? You can pre-order dishes from our globally-inspired menu, no matter what your departure time may be.

Your flydubai experience doesn’t just take place in the sky though. Back down on solid ground, we’ll ensure check-in and bag drop are as efficient as possible. Online check-in is available for multiple departure destinations across the globe, so you can save time at the airport. Or if you’d prefer to check-in at the terminal, you can just head to one of our counters and our friendly team will get you through to departures as soon as they can.

Business Class passengers can expect a premier experience. Fly in the height of luxury in an Italian leather seat and enjoy a completely personal service.

Things to do

Discover a glittering Mediterranean destination


Experience the beautiful waters and idyllic beaches stretching Lebanon’s west coast. Pigeon Rocks is a particularly famous point, and you can head to Beirut’s Corniche to get a perfect view of the natural rock arches.

Immerse yourself in heritage


Uncover a treasure trove of Lebanese history in the intriguing city of Byblos. Wander through the ancient port and you’ll find a 12th century Crusader castle, Phoenician temples and Roman churches all jostling for your attention.

First-class cuisine

Experience a taste of Lebanon by indulging in the country’s range of renowned dishes. Take a culinary tour, sampling flat breads, hummus, tabbouleh and grilled meats along your way. No matter whether you visit farmer’s markets, high end restaurants or street food stalls, the local cuisine won’t disappoint.

A guide to Lebanon

Sitting on the edge of the Middle East, this Mediterranean country is a blend of both eastern and western cultures. Whether you’re heading to Lebanon for a business trip or a weekend with friends, expect to be charmed by this fascinating destination.

A capital of culture

Make Beirut your first point of call – as a city of contrasts, there’s something for everyone. From an eclectic range of galleries to the super cool eateries of Mar Mikhael, discover a contagious energy and atmosphere that’ll leave you wanting more.

Step back in time

Go on an adventure across Lebanon, following a trail of sites that illustrate the country’s rich history. Inspect intriguing artefacts at the National Museum of Beirut and visit the ruins of the city’s Roman Baths while in the capital. You can also uncover Phoenician history at Baalbek, one of Lebanon’s most impressive ancient sites.

Feast on famous food


Think Lebanon and a range of mouth-watering dishes may come to mind. But eating is more than a necessity here – it’s a social experience where you can enjoy mezze for as long as you like. So sit back and enjoy a lazy lunch picking at shawarma, labneh and manakish, to name just a few of the country’s best-loved culinary delights.

Useful information


Dependent on your home country, you may or may not need a visa to enter Lebanon. Check with your embassy before you depart on your trip.


While in Lebanon, you’ll use the national currency – the Lebanese Pound (LBP). Frequently used notes include: 1,000, 5,000, 10,000.


Arabic is the official national language, although English and French are also widely spoken.


Thanks to its Mediterranean location, the weather is often warm. From April to June, temperatures can reach highs of 39°C, whereas lows of 11°C have been recorded during winter months.

Getting around

Navigating Lebanon can be done by car, taxi or bus. If you choose to hire a car, please be aware that you need to be at least 23 years old, have held a driver's license for two years or more and have an international driving permit.

Airport information

Beirut-Rafic Hariri International Airport serves as the country’s biggest airport and is only 7km from the centre of the Lebanese capital.

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