Tunisair Express resumes flights from Djerba to Tripoli

The Tunisair Express

The Tunisair Express will resume flights between Djerba and Tripoli, starting from next June 2, at a rate of two flights per week on Thursday and Sunday.

The company explained that the selection of these dates aims to enable Libyan and foreign travelers working in Libya to spend the weekend in the city of Djerba for tourism or medical purposes and also for economic operators from southern Tunisia.

The company confirmed that it has carefully studied the flight times to match the times of other trips that the company provides to Tunis, or to other international destinations such as Malta, Palermo and Naples, which enables travelers to continue their trips without waiting for a long time.

Tunisair Express is an airline based in Tunis, Tunisia that was founded on 1 August 1991. Formerly known as Tuninter and SevenAir, its parent company is the national carrier Tunisair. It operates to destinations within Tunisia as well as some services to Italy, France, and Malta

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