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Flydubai Will Add Extra Flights To Beirut

Flydubai will add more flights to Beirut during Eid Al Fitr, giving a boost to one of its busiest routes.  Flydubai has scheduled extra flights on September 17, 18, 19, and 25 departing from Terminal 2 at 7:40 pm.  The flights will arrive in Beirut at 10:15 pm local time.  A return flight to Dubai will depart from Rafic Hariri International Airport in Beirut at 11 pm local time.  The flight will land in Dubai at 3:20 am. 

CEO of flydubai Ghaith Al Ghaith said “The extra flights will allow more people to spend the festive season of Eid with friends and family and will be popular to those planning a short getaway during the holidays.”  Flydubai’s ticket prices include all taxes and one piece of hand baggage which can weigh up to 10 kg per passenger.   Passengers may purchase additional checked in baggage in advance. 

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