(Shutterstock/File)CAIRO - 4 May 2020: Director-General of African Airways, Khalil Al-Maji, announced that a delegation of the Egyptian authorities will visit Libyan airports in the coming days to resume flights, with 35 flights per week from the airports of Mitiga, Misurata, and Benina to Cairo airport. On Feb. 12, Libyan Airlines announced, the official agreement to resume operating Tripoli - Cairo, Tripoli - Benghazi, and Cairo - Benghazi flights, following consultations and contacts with the Egyptian civil aviation authorities. Alexandria’s Borg El-Arab International Airport received on Feb 18, the first flight operated by Libyan Airlines after more than one year of hiatus due to a procedural issue. The plane, coming from Benghazi’s Benina airport, breaks a hiatus that started in November for flights operated by Libyan Airlines to Egypt. Egypt, however, has received Libyan flights from Libya’s Afriqiah Airways.
Source: Libya Today May 04, 2021 14:31 UTC