Seven years later, Tunisair reopens its office in Tripoli

aviation - June 2, 2022

Tunisair has reopened its office in Tripoli, after seven years of closure, according to the Supreme Council of Tunisian and Libyan Businessmen.

The reopening of the office was supervised by the Tunisian Ambassador, Asaad Al-Ajili, the Tunisian Consul General, Tawfiq Al-Qasimi, and the Director General of Commercial Affairs of Tunisair, Karim Kadish.

It is expected that the company will open its offices in the southern and eastern regions, and resume flights between Mitiga and Djerba Airports, starting from the beginning of next month, according to the Regional Director of Tunisair.

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