ITA Airways has operated its first Italy-Libya direct flight after almost a decade, marking a significant milestone in Libya’s civil aviation industry. The first non-stop flight was operated between Rome and Tripoli with Libyan Prime Minister onboard The service came three weeks after the Italian government lifted a decade-long flight ban on Lybian flights paving way for scheduled nonstop flights between the two destinations. Flights between Italy and Libya were suspended in 2014 due to the political unrest and unstable situation in. Similarly, flights from Libya to s Libya. On July 9, President of the Italian CAA (ENAC), Pierluigi Di

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