By Libya Herald Reporters.
Tripoli, 14 July 2014:
Air Malta has confirmed that because of the closure of Tripoli International Airport following the . . .[restrict]violence yesterday, it has cancelled all its daily scheduled flights to the capital.
A spokesperson for the airline said: “Air Malta is constantly monitoring the situation through its officials based in Tripoli. Safety is Air Malta’s number one priority and the airline will resume services to the city when it is safe and secure to do so.”
The airline explained that customers booked on Air Malta flights to Tripoli are being offered a full refund of their tickets or the possibility to change their date of departure for free.
Air Malta’s flights to Benghazi are also currently suspended following the closure of Benina airport since May.