By Sami Zaptia.
Tripoli, 27 July 2014:
Afriqiyah Airways today denied persistent reports that Libyan airspace would be closed from 28 July . . .[restrict]2014.
In a statement posted on its Facebook page, Afriqiyah said that Libyan airspace would remain open and flights would continue in and out of Libya to various destinations, except to Europe, until further notice.
Afriqiyah said that it will continue to post schedules of its flights on its Faccebook page.
As an example today’s Afriqiyah flights are:
1-Maetiga to Amman, Jordan and return.
2-Maetiga-Cairo and return
4-Maetiga-Tunis and return
5-Labrak (Beida) to Alexandria and return
Today’s Buraq flights are:
Ghadames Air meanwhile has also started flights from Misrata to Istanbul .
The road to Tunisia is also still open and safe. Yesterday, a foreign Libya Herald journalist was able to hire a car with a driver from a leading international car rental company based in Tripoli and reported that the trip to the Tunisian border was “smooth”. [/restrict]