Libyan flights resumed to Tunisia’s Carthage airport


The Head of Libyan Airlines in Tunisia’s Carthage airport, Fathi Al-Zergani, confirmed that the first flight from Libya landed Thursday morning in the capital coming from Mitiga airport in Tripoli, for the first time after months of suspension.

Onboard the first flight was the GNA’s Minister of Transport. He arrived in Tunis to meet his Tunisian counterpart and discuss the joint transport –related relations between Libya and Tunisia.

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