Lufthansa and subsidiary Austrian Airlines have stopped flights to Libya indefinitely due to security concerns after a bomb exploded in March at Tripoli International Airport, damaging the main runway. The situation has highlighted the deteriorating security situation in the country. ATW could not reach a spokesperson from both carriers on Tuesday. Alitalia and British Airways have also suspended flights. According to Reuters, Alitalia will suspend flights until April 15, when it will review ...

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