Turkish Airlines offers 16 different flight alternatives in average on a daily basis from Copenhagen to Beirut. All operated as connecting over Istanbul Airport (IST), flights in this route take off from Copenhagen Kastrup Airport (CPH) and land at Beirut Rafic Hariri International Airport (BEY). The duration of the journey varies by the layover at Istanbul, ranging from 7 to 29 hours. If your layover at Istanbul is between 6 to 24 hours, you may have a chance to benefit from the sightseeing service Touristanbul offered complimentary by Turkish Airlines to explore the magnificent Istanbul.
A Scandinavian city warming up by its adorable landscape, Copenhagen is the capital of Denmark. As an extremely cosmopolitan city, the capital serves as a pioneer countrywide in many aspects such as education, culture, art, commerce, technology and tourism.
During your stay in Copenhagen, you may explore the city walking down its joyful streets and visit the touristic spots. The port district, resembling a postcard is generally the first stop of the tours. Tivoli Park, on the other hand, is a splendid site serving both as a theme park and a verdant peaceful space. Hosting also the social events, concerts and festivals, this vast park is flooded by many people as the city’s top delightful spot. Christiansborg Palace serving to the royal family is a significant historical icon in the city of Copenhagen.
Copenhagen Kastrup Airport (CPH) is the sole airport in the city, managing the busy air traffic. Accordingly, passengers booking their flights from Copenhagen with Turkish Airlines start their journeys in this airport.
You may use M2 subway line to reach the airport from Norreport in the city center. Serving in every 4 minutes during the day, this subway line reaches the airport’s terminal 3 within 13 minutes. Those planning to reach the airport via train may get to the airport within nearly 15 minutes via the trains setting off from Tivoli Park or Copenhagen Central Railway Station.
Passengers wishing to use the buses may get on the bus numbered 5A from the center. Operating from Copenhagen Central Railway Station, buses reach the airport within thirty minutes. Moreover, it is also possible to take a cab available 7/24 all around the city to comfortably reach the airport.
As a beautiful port town along the Mediterranean Sea, Beirut is the capital and the most modern city in Lebanon. This pretty Middle Eastern city ranks among the top popular destinations in its region. Structured more modern and powerful than before by rapidly dressing its wounds following a sorrowful period of civil war, Beirut brings the city and country to the future, by the mutual endeavors of Christian and Muslim populations.
Being a city of contrasts by a new and modern profile on one side and the buildings in ruins full of bomb and bullet marks on the other, Beirut draws interest of a considerable number of visitors all year round. Bekaa Valley and Baalbek Ruins, the historic and touristic icons are the top crowd-pulling destinations in the city. Jeita Caves, nominated for the new Seven Wonders of the World, with an enormously big lake in it, is another charm evoking the admiration of everyone. Corniche District, primarily revealing the modern side of the capital is one of the most preferred spots for having delightful walks. Besides, the globally known Pigeon Rocks, which can be seen from this district, is a noteworthy spot, especially for those fond of taking photographs.
The sole airport in Beirut, Rafic Hariri International Airport (BEY) is located 7 kilometers from the center. Passengers holding a flight ticket to Beirut with Turkish Airlines land at this airport.
There is no official public transport service for reaching the city center from Beirut Rafic Hariri International Airport (BEY), which is close to the center. The first choice of the passengers for this short distance would therefore be the cabs. In addition, private minibuses also serve on the way out the airport to the city center. However, you should make a sign or simply wave your hand when you want to get on or off, as these minibuses do not have a certain stop.
It is also possible to consider the transfer service offered by hotels. It would accordingly be recommendable consulting your hotel to learn whether such service is offered.