Flights Resumed At Airport In Libya’s Tripoli After Drone Incident

TRIPOLI, Libya � Flights were resumed at the M'etiga International Airport in the Libyan capital here, a few hours after the authorities closed it, due to infiltration of unidentified drone.

Eight international flights took off from the airport, following the reopening of the air hub, the airport's administration said in a statement.

The Civil Aviation Authority previously suspended work at the airport, to preserve air safety from drone infiltration.

This was the first time that the airport was closed, due to unknown drone.