Egyptian delegation to visit Libyan airports in preparation for resumption of flights to Cairo airport
Posted – 07th May 2021
CAIRO – 4 May 2020: Director-General of African Airways, Khalil Al-Maji, announced that a delegation of the Egyptian authorities will visit Libyan airports in the coming days to resume flights, with 35 flights per week from the airports of Mitiga, Misurata, and Benina to Cairo airport.
Al-Maji explained, according to the Media Office of Mitiga International Airport, that he visited Egypt accompanied by a delegation that included the Minister of Transport, the head of the Libyan Civil Aviation Authority, and the General Director of the Libyan Airlines Company.
He explained that several meetings were held with the President of the Egyptian Civil Aviation Authority, in the presence of the authority’s general directors, to arrange for the return of flights from Libyan airports to Cairo International Airport, and to cooperate in the fields of security, safety, transportation, air navigation, and in the field of training and qualifying Libyan cadres working in the aviation sector.
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