Monday, July 12, 2021

Lebanon lifts travel restrictions on passengers from India

Starting from today, travellers from India, UK, Brazil, UAE, Malawi, Ethiopia, Zambia, Liberia, Kenya, Gambia and Sierra Leone can enter Lebanon. They are required to follow strict guidelines that include carrying a negative PCR report not older than 96 hours.

All passengers have to undertake another PCR test upon arrival at Beirut-Rafic Hariri International Airport (BRHIA). The airlines need to collect US$ 50 from travellers to Lebanon — this is the cost for the PCR test and other medical diagnostic measures that travellers may have to undergo upon arrival. Airlines will pay the collected amounts to the designated agents at BRHIA on a bi-monthly basis.

Travellers from the aforementioned countries also need to pre-book their accommodation at their own expense, at hotels listed by the Lebanese government. Lancaster Tamar Hotel- Beirut; The Mayflower Hotel; Royal Tulip Achrafieh; Alife Apart Hotel- Sodeco; Gefinor Rotana; Raouché Arjaan by Rotana; Riviera Hotel are the hotels listed by the government where passengers must have a booking for three nights/four days.

12/07/21 Business Traveller

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