Transport in Lebanon: Air, Sea & Rail

Transport in Lebanon: Air, Sea & Rail Last updated on Wednesday 21st April 2010

Beirut has an international airport. The national carrier, Middle East Airlines (MEA), operates flights to most European capitals, the Middle East, Africa, Singapore and Australia. There is no domestic air service within Lebanon.

Beirut, Tripoli, and Sidon are the major ports, and a government-owned railway connects Beirut with Tripoli and Damascus.

It is possible to travel to Beirut by sea: a three and a half-hour boat trip from Larnaca, Cyprus.

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