Libyan Airliners start landing in Tunisia’s Monastir airport

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The Libyan aviation companies are operating new flights to Tunisia saying Monastir International Airport in the capital from Tripoli-based Mitiga airport, from Lebreg and Tobruk airports in the east.

The companies will fly to Monastir five times a week from the east and west airports, Mitiga, Misrata, Lebreg and Tobruk, keeping the same number of flights they operate to Sfax airport.

Recently, Tunisian authorities slammed a ban on Libyan airline companies to land in Carthage airport in Tunis.

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