By Libya Herald reporter.
Benghazi, 15 August 2017:
A team from Royal Jordanian Airlines is expected to arrive on Thursday at Benghazi’s Benina aiport to carry out an inspection to see if it is safe enough and sufficiently equipped for the carrier to resume flights there.
It is the second time in just over a month that foreign inspectors have been to the aiport. Early last month, an Egyptian Civil Aviation Authority team was at Benina to see if flights between it and Cairo as well as other Egyptian airports should go ahead. So far the Egyptian team has not announced its opinion.
Meanwhile, it has been announced that Benina-based Air Libya has taken possession of an Avro 146 which will be used for oilfield flights.