A delegation from the Tunisian Civil Aviation and Tunisair inspected Benghazi’s Benina Airport last Tuesday.
The delegation held a meeting with Benina Airport and the Libyan Civil Aviation management to discuss ‘‘all security aspects and facilities provided by the airport to airlines and handling companies operating within Benina International Airport’’.
Benina Airport reported that the Tunisian delegation also made an inspection tour inside the airport facilities, yards, and passenger lounges to get acquainted with the security aspects and controls, the safety systems in place, and operating procedures in terms of security and safety, and the extent to which the procedures comply with local and international specifications and standards, and the services available inside the airport.
According to Benina Airport, the delegation expressed its great admiration for these distinguished services provided by the administration of Benina International Airport.
The visit by the Tunisian aviation delegation comes on the back of news that flights will be launched between Benina airport and Athens in March.
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