A joint venture of Lufthansa and Turkish Airlines, Sunexpress, a company based between Germany and Turkey, has taken over where broken Germania left off in February, compensating for the loss of direct flights made by the latter to Berlin and Hamburg.

Starting this June, it will link Beirut to 3 German cities, at average prizes:

  • Düsseldorf: beginning June 8, twice a week on Tuesdays and Saturdays.
  • Stuttgart: beginning June 8, once a week on Saturdays.
  • Hanover: beginning June 28, once a week on Fridays.

Looking through its website, flights might cost on average between 100-200€ per way, sometimes less (78€) and sometimes more (400€). So you have to choose carefully and way beforehand to get a good direct flight deal.

Otherwise, if you wanna settle for cheaper, you’ll have to go through the low-cost Aegean (Greek) or Pegasus (Turkish) airlines with stops in the respective countries.

Sunexpress offers you the following fares:

  • “SunEco”: standard fare, 30kg of luggage.
  • “SunClassic”: upgraded for 20, 35 kg of luggage, a sandwich box & 2 non-alcoholic beverages, a standard seat reservation and 60 Bonus Points.
  • “SunPremium”: upgraded for 55, 40 kg of luggage, Premium meal & 2 beverages, a seat with extra legroom (XLeg).