Buraq Air resumes flights between Tripoli, Benghazi
Buraq Air has announced the resumption of its domestic flights to Benghazi, starting next Sunday.
The company stated through its account on Facebook that flights between Mitiga Airport of Tripoli and Benina Airport in Benghazi will resume on Sunday by two flights per day, confirming that reservations would be open to travelers through the company's offices.
On October 16, Afriqiyah Airways operated a flight from Mitiga Airport to Benina Benghazi carrying a delegation from the airport and civil aviation authorities to mark the resumption of the company's domestic flights to Benghazi, which will start officially on 23 of this month with two flights per week.
As a result, the supreme committee for combating the coronavirus of the parallel east-based government gave the green light to airports in the east to resume domestic and international air traffic after more than a seven-month pause as part of measures to curb the spread of COVID-19.