HAM: Eurowings will be flying to Beirut from November

Airbus A330 (Photo: Eurowings).
Airbus A330 (Photo: Eurowings).

HAM: Eurowings will be flying to Beirut from November

Airbus A330 (Photo: Eurowings).
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From November 7th, Eurowings will start a new connection and for the first time will fly non-stop from Hamburg to Beirut, the capital of Lebanon.

Every Sunday an Airbus A320 takes off at 7 a.m. in the Hanseatic city and lands in the Lebanese metropolis at 12:10 a.m. It goes back on the same day with departure at 13:00 p.m. and landing at 16:35 p.m. in Hamburg. From December 17th, the frequency will even be doubled and then offered on Fridays and Sundays (all flight times are local times). Eurowings has been flying from Berlin and Düsseldorf to Beirut since December 2020. Hamburg is now the third direct connection between Germany and Lebanon in the Eurowings route network.

Competitors also gave notice a few days ago Condor to operate the route from Hamburg Airport. The holiday airline is even starting the non-stop connection two days earlier: the first plane takes off on November 5th. First of all, there is a flight every Friday.

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