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Approximate Flight Duration
1 hour 30 min
Beirut Rafic Hariri Intl. Airport
In order to reach the airport, you firstly need to get to the bus stops in the city center of Kuwait, which is a sympathetic Middle East city. In addition to the frequent bus services, taxis are at your service every hour of the day.
Just as in all other cities, taxis are generally an expensive option; however, you can prefer to take advantage of taxi option thanks to its advantages such as comfort and fast transportation.
It is possible to reach the airport easily by taking the advantage of the buses that provide transportation to the airport through four different routes of the city. You can arrive at the airport in half an hour by the buses that are very punctual in terms of departure times.
Renting a car is very easy either by booking online or contacting the car rental companies providing this service in different parts of the city. This way of transportation, which is more costly compared to other means of transportation, may not be preferred primarily.
Kuwait Airport, which has a two-storey single terminal building, has ample parking spaces. Inside the terminal building is a wide range of services such as lost property office, bank offices, health care unit, and eating and drinking places.
In addition, the Airport Hotel provides its guests with accommodation service at the airport, where you can find an office of the Ministry of Justice. The airport also has a Duty-Free store where you can buy souvenirs and cosmetics as well as the airport mall where you can find various shopping stores.
Pinkberry, Cinnabon, Starbucks, Cafe Les Amis, Yum Yum Tree, Hardees, Naif, Pizza Express, KFC, Sweet Factory, Caribou Coffee, Baskin Robbins, Chilis, Potbelly, International Mill, Cinnamonster, Dasman Lounge, Tick-it, O Corner, Carino’s and Heil Wa Zaafaran are among the eating and drinking places at the airport.Last Updated: 11 Apr 2017
Lebanon's capital city Beirut, once called "Paris of the Middle East", is still one of the most important tourist destinations in the region. Approximately 6 million of visitors coming to Beirut, which cannot turn to its old brilliant days because of the wars it has been suffering in recent years, enter the country from the Beirut Rafic Hariri International Airport named after the former Prime Minister Rafic Hariri who lost his life in an assassination. Unlike many capitals or the busiest airports, official municipality buses or services are not available at this airport.
Taxis are one of the few ways to use for the transportation to the city from the Beirut Rafic Hariri International Airport, which is the only airport of Lebanon. Transportation to the Nejmeh Square, which is accepted as the center of the city, is about 30 thousand Lebanese pounds. That is 55 TL. It takes about 15 minutes to reach the city center by taxis located outside of the terminal building.
Renting a car is one of the ways to reach the city from the airport. Within the airport there are offices belonging to 7 different car rental companies. With the car you will rent from one of the car rental companies which are also well-known all around the world, you can reach the city center in about 15 minutes in a very comfortable way.
To get to the city, first of all you need to follow Hafez Al-Assad Street at the exit of the airport in the north direction. The name of this road, after a few kilometers later, will be Salim Salam and then it will change as Ahmad Mukhtar Beyhum Street. This road will lead you directly to the Nejmeh Square.
At Beirut Rafic Hariri International Airport there are also private companies that takes passengers to different points of the city. These companies, offering luxury transportation service, demand amounts higher than normal prices. The company named Lebanon, which has an office at the airport, is a leader about this transportation option.Last Updated: 25 Jun 2017
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For Kuwait (Kuwait)-Beirut flights, you can use Kuwait Intl. Airport as departure airport, and Beirut Rafic Hariri Intl. Airport for arrival.
The flight distance between Kuwait (Kuwait)-Beirut is 1246 kilometers in total. The flight between the two cities takes 1 hour 30 minutes.
When the average prices are examined, the most suitable day for Kuwait (Kuwait)-Beirut flights is Tuesday.
Kuwait Airways organizes direct flights between Kuwait (Kuwait)-Beirut.