Turkish Airlines’ flights back in Libya after 10-year hiatus

Turkish Airlines, Turkey’s national airliner, will resume flights to Libya next week after a hiatus of around 10 years, Libya’s Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibah and Turkish Airlines’ Chief Executive Officer Bilal Ekşi announced on Saturday.

Dbeibah extended his gratitude to the Civil Aviation Authority and all relevant institutions in Libya for their contributions to this resumption.

Ekşi said on X platform: “Our flights to Libya are starting. We will operate 3 flights per week. Our flights are now open for sale.”

The resumption of Turkish Airlines flights signal further strengthening of ties between the two countries, which have signed over the last years a number of agreements and MoUs in different fields.


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