Tripoli, 17 May:
Air Algérie resumed flights to Libya today for the first time since the revolution broke out last year and, . . .[restrict]with it, the imposition of the UN’s no-fly zone.
The manager of Air Algérie’s Tripoli office, Hassan Belum, said there would be two flights a week between Tripoli and Algiers, on Thursdays and Sundays.
In a statement, he spoke of his delight at the resumption of direct flights between the two countries and, specifically, Air Algérie’s role in the route. He stressed that the reopening came within the framework of reviving good relations between the two countries. [/restrict]