France may restore flights with UN Security Council-sanctioned Libya
France announced its readiness to open air communication with Libya, interrupted several years ago due to events in Libya. French Ambassador to Libya Beatrice du Hélène said that the French delegation intends to visit Libyan airports to discuss the possibility of resuming flights between the two countries.
As soon as the air borders between Libya and France open, passenger airliners will begin to run between the countries, which means that cargo planes will follow them. It is possible that in the near future, air carriers from different countries, including the private airline ZetAvia from Ukraine, will be able to operate commercial cargo flights to Libya.
France will not be the first country to resume flights to Libya. In September 2021, flights to Libya have already resumed Malta and Egypt. It is worth noting that France recently announced its readiness to invest in Libya, especially in the field of energy, free trade, health care, transport, and to support Libya at all levels. In addition, it was announced the organization of a Libyan-French economic forum under the auspices of the Libyan-French ministers of economy and trade. ZetAvia delivers cargo on IL-76 planes all over the world, but does not fly to countries under sanctions and embargoes.
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