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Libyan carriers resume flights to Tunisia

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Tatjana Obrazcova

Libyan carriers resume flights to Tunisia after a year-long suspension.

Ch-aviation reports that Ghadames Air Transport and Libyan Airlines began flights between Tripoli Mitiga and Tunis this week.
Flights were suspended after an extensive investigation into Libya’s security and safety mechanisms.

The suspension was lifted for six days in March, but shortly reinstated when Islamic State terrorists attacked the National Bardo Museum in Tunis.  


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