Lebanon’s Caretaker Minister of Public Works and Transport, Ali Hamieh, posted on Twitter on Thursday that the number of flights coming to Lebanon is increasing.
According to Hamieh, the results are promising, and, per the expectations, the number of arrivals to the Beirut Rafic Hariri International Airport will improve by the day.
The Minister of Public Works and Transport highlighted that on Wednesday, 93 flights arrived in Lebanon, carrying 15,444 passengers.
“Keep your trust in Lebanon and the airport very high,” he added on Twitter.
The Minister of Tourism, Walid Nassar, previously told AFP that the country is expected to gain $3 billion from tourism in the summer of 2022.
“This summer is promising. We expect more than a million tourists and an income of $3-3.5 billion during this summer season,” he said.
Related: Lebanon Is Building A New $70 Million Airport Terminal To Accommodate 20 Million Travelers A Year.