Tunisian aviation delegation visits Tripoli’s Mitiga airport to assess Tunis Air flight resumption readiness

By Sami Zaptia.

London, 23 November 2020:

A Tunisian Civil Aviation delegation paid an official visit to Tripoli’s Mitiga airport yesterday within the framework of the efforts to resume Tunisian Airlines flights to Libyan airports’’, Libya’s Airports Authority reported yesterday.

The Tunisian delegation conduct what the LAA called ‘‘an internationally recognized audit process, which will result in the preparation of a detailed report on the airport’s condition.

One of the aspects of safety and security is to ensure that the procedures in force in this regard are followed and that, in light of this, Tunisian Airlines is authorized to start operating its flights to the airport in accordance with the recommendations that will be issued by the visiting audit team.’’

The LAA added that it is expected that Tunis Air flight operations will start before the end of this month.

It will be recalled that flights by Libyan carriers to Tunis resumed on 16 November. The land borders between the two countries have also been reopened.

 

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