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Cheap Beirut airfares from $1185/RT are provided by Faregeek. Outbound flight is leaving on 05/22/2013, 01:22 pm from Atlanta Hartsfield (ATL) airport and arrives at Beirut Intl (BEY) at 04:50 pm. The flight time is 3 hours and 28 minutes. The Returning flight departes on 05/28/2013, 07:10 am (other return dates are also available). Date posted: 12 Apr 2013
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