Sundair flies from Bremen to Beirut

Airbus A319 (Photo: Sundair).
Airbus A319 (Photo: Sundair).

Sundair flies from Bremen to Beirut

Airbus A319 (Photo: Sundair).
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The airline Sundair now connects Bremen with Beirut. For the time being, a weekly circuit, which should be carried out on the traffic day Tuesday, is offered. The carrier has been dedicated to the destination Beirut for some time.

According to this, Sundair planes operate from Bremen, Hanover, Berlin and Düsseldorf in the direction of Lebanon. Competitors such as Condor and Eurowings have also discovered this goal for themselves. In so-called ethnic intercourse there is a certain basic demand. So far, this has been underestimated by many airlines.

In terms of tourism, Lebanon is a poorly developed region, but it has a lot to offer. There are wonderful beaches on the Mediterranean Sea, snow-capped mountains and, last but not least, Beirut is a stronghold of culture and the nightlife there is also impressive.

First flight to Beirut (Photo: Bremen Airport).

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