Libya and the International Air Transport Association (IATA) on Wednesday signed an agreement in Tripoli to open an office in the Libyan capital.
According to a press release, the agreement is within the framework of the consolidation of cooperation between Libya and other international organizations and aims at enabling the development of technology in air transport and finding direct communication channels with IATA.
The goal of the agreement is to promote the industry and air transport in Libya, facilitate the financial and administrative arrangements through a programme to regulate attributions and a system to regulate the accounts of air freight.
The agreement also stipulates that Libya will obtain judicial, financial and technical consultations and advice related to the industry of air transport, as well as coordination of opportunities for the training and strengthening of capacities for the staff of airlines, as well as for travel and tourism agencies.
The document highlights the implementation of programmes to control the international inspection operations in the domain of security and safety in accordance with the demands of the international and local organizations implemented by IATA.