Tunisia plans to resume commercial flights late June

Tunisia moves to resume commercial flights as it plans to reopen its airspace, land and sea borders on June 27, 2020 as part of full de-confinement scheduled for June 14.

On Tuesday, the Minister of State in charge of Transport and the Tourism minister on inspected the Tunis-Carthage International Airport.

From the check-in desks at the border police service, the two ministers toured the airport, accompanied by a host of officials and journalists.

“On June 27th we’re talking about opening…

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