Qatar Airways and Royal Jordanian Airlines have announced the resumption of flights to and from Libya after years of suspension.

The decision comes as Minister of Transport Mohammed Al-Shahoubi confirmed discussions with Saudi Arabian Airlines to also resume their flights.

The announcement was made during a key meeting led by Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeiba on Sunday, in the presence of the Chairman of the Civil Aviation Authority and the Director of Airports Authority.

Discussions touched upon the airports' plan, providing necessary equipment, and follow up on the executive procedures of the Civil Aviation Authority regarding the opening of new international destinations and implementing the requirements of the International Aviation Organization to lift the freeze on Libyan airports. 

The meeting also discussed the timeline for implementing the passenger terminal at Tripoli International Airport and additional operations for operation and inventorying the works implemented in the main airport project.