Libyan airliners say no to Carthage airport landing preconditions
The Libyan airliners have rejected the suggestion given by the Tunisian Civil Aviation Authority, which ordered Libyan flights to land in Passengers Lounge 2, saying that lounge is not prepared well to accommodate bug number of passengers and is not connected directly to Carthage airport.
In a statement, the Libyan airliners expressed shock regarding the suggestion given by the Tunisian aviation authorities to place them alone and isolated in a lounge away from all other world airliners.
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