Royal Air Moroc delegation inspects Mitiga airport for the possibility to resume regular flights

The Libyan Airports Authority (LAA) reported today that a delegation from Royal Air Maroc visited Tripoli’s Mitiga Airport to assess its readiness for the resumption of regular direct flights between Morocco and Libya. The LAA said the delegation sought to determine the procedures followed in the operational process and to ensure that the safety and security measures in place at the airport are consistent with the recommendations of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO). The delegation was received by the Director General of Mitiga Airport, the Head of the Airport Security Department at the Authority’s Standards Compliance Department, the directors of the relevant offices and departments at the airport, and some officials of the airport’s security authorities. Moroccan Consul confirms imminent return of flights with Libya and ending need for visas ( meetings held at the Moroccan Libyan Business Forum held from 1 to 3 November at Tangiers, Morocco ( and Tangiers Chamber prepare for Moroccan Libyan Business Forum – 1 to 3 November in Tangiers, Morocco ( of General Union of Chambers of Commerce participates in Arab Food Security Conference in Morocco ( a 9-year closure, Morocco appoints two new Consuls to Tripoli and Benghazi – reopening expected this summer ( Chamber of Commerce visits Libya seeking to strengthen economic relations ( Public Works Company visits Tripoli Chamber – invited to invest in Libya ( Chamber to lead delegation to Morocco – 28 May to 1 June ( delegation visits Tripoli in preparation for reopening consulate after eight-year closure ( visits Morocco – seeks reactivation of Maghreb Union (

Source:Libya Today

February 14, 2024 21:44 UTC

Libyan Sharara oilfield resumes production by 260.000 bpd

Repsol Oil Company has said that the production of Sharara oilfield is expected to reach 260.000 barrels per day (bpd) in the coming days, following the reopening of the field by Akakus Company within a joint project between the Libyan National Oil Corporation in partnership with the Spanish company Repsol. An official source from Repsol told the Libyan News Agency that the company was planning to resume its exploration activity in Libya next April in six exploratory wells in licenses (NC115) and (NC186) in the Murzuq Basin, southwest of Libya, which are scheduled to be drilled this year. The source denied what was reported by foreign media regarding the closure of the Sharara field, noting that the reopening of the field came after talks between the National Oil Corporation and the protesters, thus leading to the resumption of production. The newspaper confirmed that Saddam Haftar - in response to the Spanish authorities confiscating military equipment - ordered the closure of the Sharara oilfield, whose daily production capacity reaches 340.000 barrels per day, stressing that the closure negatively affected the interests of the Spanish company Repsol, which operates the field. The newspaper said that the Tariq bin Ziyad Brigade is a notorious brigade in Libya, and many international organizations, including Amnesty International, have previously called for putting charges on it for “committing human rights violations and war crimes.”

February 14, 2024 17:36 UTC

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