By Sami Zaptia.
London, 9 March 2020:
Libya’s Airports Authority (LAA) announced the reopening of Sebha airport on Friday. The decision had been taken by the Tripoli based Ministry of Transport on Thursday, following approval by the Tripoli government, the LAA revealed.
The LAA said the move comes as part of its efforts to reactivate all its airports and provide services to the Libyan public across the country.
It explained that the reopening came after a recent visit by a specialized team to Sebha airport to identify the needs, supplies and work necessary to operate it and provide the minimum required security and safety standards. The LAA said these were provided and implemented during the recent period.
To this end, the LAA invited all carriers wishing to provide their services to and from Sebha airport to contact its Operating and Facilities Department in order to provide and approve their flight schedule.
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