Tripoli, 27 December 2013:
Travellers at Benghazi’s Benina Airport will soon be able to get online as the airport prepares to launch . . .[restrict]its wi-fi service in early January 2014.
The service will not be free of charge, as it currently is at Tripoli International Airport, but usage costs will be low, said Benina Airport Director Ibrahim Farkash. Two hours online would cost approximately LD 1, he said, with prepaid internet cards being sold at information desks, kiosks and cafes throughout the airport.
Farkash added that the service would offer fast and reliable internet connections.
Benina, the country’s second largest airport, is also upgrading security, with CCTV cameras and display screens being fitted this month. [/restrict]