Tunis Air postpones resumption of Libya flights to 15 May due to increased spread of Coronavirus in Tunisia

aviation - April 28, 2021

Tunis Air announced yesterday that it is postponing the resumption of its flights to Libya until 15 May. Flights were supposed to resume today.

It cited the increased spread of the Coronavirus in Tunisia as the reason for the postponement of flights.

Tunis Air had confirmed on 13 April that it was to resume of flights to Libya as of 27 April. Initially, there were to be three weekly flights from Tunis Carthage airport to Tripoli and two weekly flights to Benghazi.

As of 14 May, these were to increase to seven weekly flights to Tripoli and three weekly flights to Benghazi.

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