By Sami Zaptia.
London, 10 April 2021:
Libya’s Airports Authority announced yesterday that the airside lighting system at Sebha airport has been repaired.
It reported that the cables, electrical transformers, generators and feeder stations of the fixed current regulators were inspected, and after the completion of the detection work and identifying the faults, local engineers carried out maintenance work on the lighting system.
They installed the necessary spare parts and replaced the lamps, and the team reported that the airfield lighting is now working well.
The lighting maintenance work will now enable the airport to receive night flights. This will help Libyan carriers in scheduling flights to Sebha as they are short on aircraft.