Resumption of flights between Libya and Malta and opening of a maritime line
Flights between Libya and Malta are set to resume after the finalization of the preparations process at Migita Airport
Following the completion of security and operational measures in conformity with International Civil Aviation Organization laws, Libya and Malta agreed to resume flights between the two countries (ICAO).
A Maltese delegation led by the Minister of Finance visited Mitiga International Airport to assess Libyan airports’ readiness to receive international flights to and from Libya.
Mr Khalid Al-Suisi, Assistant Chief of the Civil Aviation Service, as well as the Director-General of the Mitiqa International Airport, the Director of the Libyan Civil Aviation Service’s Aviation Security Office, the Director of the Internal Security Service’s Port Management, and the Director of the Office of Security and Safety at Mitiqa Airport, welcomed the Maltese delegation.
The two countries also agreed to deepen bilateral relations and to create a marine space between Malta and Egypt for the foreseeable future.
The Maltese delegation included the Director-General of Medavia Aviation, the Chairman of the Maltese Lines Board, and the Director-General of the Malta Civil Aviation Security Office.
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