Libyan Airlines announced that it will resume flights to Tunisia, starting from Monday, after months of suspension due to the Coronavirus pandemic.

Libyan Airlines’ media office said on its official Facebook page that the service will include three flights a week.

According to the health protocol signed Libya and Tunisia, all flights will resume in accordance with strict health measures, which will include procedures facilitating the movement of travelers and exchange of goods and services, along with precise measures which must be adhered to by both Tunisian and Libyan citizens during their movements between both countries as part of the prevention of the Coronavirus pandemic.