Tunisia extends Libyan flights’ embargo in Carthage airport
The General Director of Libyan Civil Aviation Authority, Yousif Qsaia, has confirmed that embargo on Libyan flights to Carthage airport has been extended for another coming week.
Qasia clarified that the Civil Aviation Authority received Sunday a letter from the Tunisian counterpart reaffirming the extension for only a week to come.
“Libyan flights are allowed to arrive in other Tunisian airports without any problems.” Added Qsaia.
Last December, all flights coming from Libya to Tunisia were referred to Sfax airport, eastern Tunisia’s capital, Tunis.
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