The TunisAir company announced the resumption of its flights to Libya, starting from Monday, between Tunis-Carthage International Airport and the airports of Mitiga in Tripoli, and Benina in Benghazi, as part of the signs of the return of Arab and foreign airlines to operate their flights to Libya after a long suspension.
International airlines stopped operating their flights to Libya, and then the companies of the Arab countries joined them, respectively, over the course of the last seven years because of the deteriorating security situation in different parts of the country.
Two years ago, signs of return have been evident with flights by Al-Sham Airlines between Damascus and Benghazi, while Tunisia is preparing, these days, to resume flights to Libya, as the TunisAir company, a few days ago, opened its main sales office in Tripoli Tower, on the ground floor, office No. 34.
The effects of the suspension of international airlines for the past seven years are reflected on the Libyan citizen on his travels for treatment, study, work and communication with neighboring countries and the world, in light of the shortcomings of local companies and the problems and obstacles they have gone through. Today, Libyans are looking forward to the return of international travel.