Libyan flights to resume touching down in Carthage Airport, Tunisia this week
Sources reported to the Libyan News that the Foreign Minister of the UN-backed Government of National Accord, Muhammad Sayalah, agreed with Tunisian Aviation Authority to resume Libyan flights into Tunis Carthage Airport this week.
This decision comes after a long ban pressed on Libyan airliners disallowing them to land in the capital’s airport that lasted almost for more than a year.
It’s worth noting that Libyan flights land on daily basis in Tunisia’s Sfax and Monatsir airports outside the capital, Tunis.
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