Moroccan delegation visits Benina Airport to consider resuming flights between both countries

aviation - November 17, 2021

A delegation from Royal Air Maroc visited Benina International Airport in Benghazi to examine the processes of operating flights from the airport and the procedures taken following travellers routes throughout the airport until the completion of their travel procedures, in order to ascertain the possibility of re-initiating the company’s flights between Morocco and Libya.

The delegation conducted a field tour of the various facilities of the airport, accompanied by the Head and Directors of the administration at the airport.

This was done with a view to resuming air traffic between both countries following a similar visit made by the delegation to Mitiga Airport in Tripoli some days ago.

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