By Aimen Eljali.
Tripoli, 7 January 2014:
Afriqiyah Airways has launched a direct service between Sebha and Amman in Jordan as part of . . .[restrict]the company’s development and expansion plans.
The General Manager of Sebha International Airport, Mohamed Aouhida, said that the new service was a positive move that would provide much-needed options for local passengers, especially those travelling abroad for medical treatment, tourism and study.
He added that, due to the increased numbers customers and international flights, the airport was planning to expand its arrivals lounge, according to Libyan news agency LANA.
Sebha International Airport currently offers 38 international and 56 domestic flights per week. These numbers were good, Aouhida said, considering the modest size of the airport. [/restrict]