Under this step, six flights are expected to land in Beirut each week, thus allowing more tourists and expatriates to visit Lebanon.
“We are excited for the return of flights to a favorite summer destination for tourists and travelers visiting family and friends,” said Rohit Ramachandran, Chief Executive Officer of Jazeera Airlines.
“Beirut was one of the first destinations operated by Jazeera Airways back in 2006, and demand for the capital remains strong. Our fully vaccinated pilots and cabin crew look forward to welcoming customers on board the Beirut flights,” he added.
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