Libyan Airlines spokesman Mohamed Gnewa said that the compnay will conduct return flights to passengers stranded at Tunisian airports.

In a press statement, Gnewa explained that the meetings of the Board of Directors of Libyan Airlines will continue until finding solutions to the crisis, stressing the airline's insistence not to carry out any flights from Libya to Tunisia until the latter responses to the demands of the legitimate management of the Libyan Airlines.

State-owned Libyan Airlines announced earlier the suspension of flights between Tripoli and Tunisia because of what it described as the "seizure" of an unauthorized person from a parallel administration from eastern Libya of its office in Tunisia with the connivance of the Tunisian authorities.