By Libya Herald staff.
Benghazi, 7 April 2015:
State-owned Afriqiyah Airways has officially re-opened its Dubai Street ticketing office in Benghazi on Monday.
The . . .[restrict]re-opening is a welcome sign that Libya’s second largest city is coming back to life after months of clashes.
Present at the ceremony were several Afriqiyah Airlines executives, as well as Benghazi’s mayor, Omar Barasi, and some members of the Benghazi Municipal Council.
In the opening speech, Barasi praised the company’s employees for the high level of customer service they consistently offer the public.
On Saturday, the airline announced that it would start to operate flights from Tripoli’s Mitiga International Airport, passing through Lebraq Airport to Amman and Alexandria after a month-long suspension by air navigation that banned international flights coming from Tripoli. Flights were resumed to Tunisia in March.