Libyan authorities have announced that flights to and from Tunisia will be resumed starting November 14, according to Libyan News Agency in Tripoli.
Reports indicate that Libyan airports authorities had notified all airports in Libya of the resumption of flights with Tunisia, which came after the signing of a health protocol.
The two northern Africa neighbors had earlier agreed to reopen their borders on November 14.
The authorities also said that the health protocol aims to facilitate the movement of travelers from Libya and Tunisia in both directions via land and air, adding that the protocol includes precautionary anti-coronavirus measures like wearing masks and ensuring social distance.
The latest report indicates that travelers from both countries will also be asked to fill out a form of their personal information, do a Covid-19 test 72 hours before flying or crossing the border and sign a written pledge to self-isolate for 10 days.