The company Tunisair Express has announced the reactivation of its services to Libya with 3 weekly flights between the airports of Sfax-Thyna and Tripoli-Mîtiga, from June 6 (Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays).
“The reinstatement of this international line comes in response to the strong demand expressed from Sfax, in particular those of businessmen in the region and all of southern Tunisia,” according to Tunisian News Agency (TAP).
He added that “for Libyan customers, this flight to Sfax will make it easier for travelers to travel for business, medical care or even for tourist or commercial visits”.
This service comes within two weeks after Tunisair began its flights to Tripoli and Benghazi in order to meet the increasing demand for travel between the two countries.
Services will be provided by new Tunisair Express type ATR 72-600 new generation aircraft with a flight time of one hour.
This new line is added to the nearby international network of Tunisair Express, which also operates in Malta, Palermo and Naples and soon to other destinations.
In addition, Tunisair Express has announced that it will reinstate, as of June 6, 2021, its Tunis-Sfax flights, at the rate of 3 frequencies per week on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays, in the framework of the national strategy to boost the activities of national airports.
Tunisair Express is an airline based in Tunis, Tunisia that was founded on 1 August 1991. Formerly known as Tuninter and SevenAir, its parent company is the national carrier Tunisair.