Arriving in Beirut

Book your flights to Beirut with Etihad Airways and discover the charms of the city that has come to be regarded as "the Switzerland of the Middle East." Beaches for relaxation, a lively nightlife, and the traces of the past are combined to form a single picture.

Plan Your Beirut Visit

To travel to Beirut is to plunge into ancient history: at the National Museum you can get a close look at Phoenician culture, in the Cilicia Museum you will learn about Armenian customs, and on Serail Hill you will find monuments inspired by Ottoman architecture. Beirut is not just about history, however, because it also has a myriad of bars, cafes, and pubs in Gemmayzeh.

Buying tickets to Beirut also will allow you to practice your swing on the golf courses, shop at the more than 200 stalls of its souk, and take a photo of the incredible Pigeons’ Rock, two huge rocks that emerge from the depths of the Mediterranean. If you decide to take advantage of the flight deals to Beirut during the summer, you also can enjoy the weekly One Big Sunday beach concerts. Make your reservations early to find cheap hotels in Beirut for these dates.

Flying from Singapore

Once your flights from Singapore have been booked with Etihad Airways, you can have the peace of mind that comes with knowing that we guarantee you a comfortable journey and impeccable service.

Major Airports in Singapore

Singapore Changi Airport (SIN) is located in Changi, about 20km from Singapore’s business district. It’s one of the busiest airports in Asia, but the calibre of services it offers are second to none. Considered to be one of the best airports in the world, you’ll find relaxing gardens, a swimming pool, cinemas, playgrounds, and reclining seats within its three terminals.

Airport Transportation in Singapore

Singapore occupies a comparatively small geographic space for a population of its magnitude, so driving is not recommended. The fastest and cheapest option is to take a train to Singapore Changi Airport, as the station is conveniently located just inside the airport.

There is also a bus to Singapore Changi Airport, number 36, which makes stops at each of the airport’s terminals. If you are going to be arriving extremely late at night or travelling with a lot of luggage, the best option is to take a taxi to Singapore Changi Airport, which takes around 30 minutes.

Choose Etihad Airways, the National Airline of the United Arab Emirates, for flights from Singapore to Beirut on which you will be travelling in comfort and style.