LOT Polish Airlines has launched flights to Beirut from Warsaw Chopin Airport. The flight timetable was planned to ensure convenient transfers for passengers from the whole region of Western and Central-Eastern Europe.
The hotel Le Royal Beirut, a member of the Leading Hotels of the World, hosted Forbes Middle East Lebanon 100 on August 13, welcoming dignitaries, scholars, and business people from around the world.
For the first time in Beirut–Rafic Hariri International Airport’s history, Emirates announced it is to operate a special one-off Airbus A380 service to Lebanon’s capital on March 29.
Minor Hotels will debut its Oaks brand in Lebanon later this year.
As start-ups continue to fuel the Middle East’s travel industry’s transformation, Amadeus invited entrepreneurs to submit ideas for the sector’s next big tech breakthrough in its Travel Tech Challenge for this year.
Meeting Point International and its subsidiaries had several meetings during the 37th World Travel Market that took place in London on November 06–08.
THANKS TO CHANGES ACROSS THE COUNTRY AND REGION, TRAVEL TO LEBANON IS LOOKING UP. CAROLINE CHEMALY WAKIM, GENERAL MANAGER, THE BAYVIEW HOTEL, OFFERS UNIQUE INSIGHT INTO LEBANON'S TOURISM LANDSCAPE.
SO FAR, LEBANON WELCOMED A POSITIVE START TO THE YEAR, YASMINE EID MAALOUF, GENERAL MANAGER, RAMADA DOWNTOWN BEIRUT, PROVIDES AN UPDATE ON THE COUNTRY’S ALL IMPORTANT TOURISM INDUSTRY.
WITH HOPE ON THE HORIZON FOR THE RESURGENCE OF LEBANON’S TOURISM INDUSTRY, CYNTHIA FLOUTY, DIRECTOR, SALES AND MARKETING, MÖVENPICK HOTEL BEIRUT, PROVIDES AN UPDATE ON THE CURRENT INDUSTRY TRENDS.
HOPES ARE HIGH IN LEBANON AS HOTELIERS LIKE HARTMUT GRAUEL, GENERAL MANAGER, CORAL BEIRUT AL HAMRA HOTEL, WORK HARD TO REVIVE THE INDUSTRY.