First flights of Libyan Hajj pilgrims to leave for Saudi Arabia from July 23
The first flights of Libyan pilgrims to the holy places will take off on Tuesday morning (23 July 2019) with three flights a day from the cities of Tripoli, Benghazi and Misrata.
According to the Libyan News Agency (LANA), operations for Hajj flights will continue to King Abdulaziz International Airport in Jeddah until 4 August.
The Libyan Hajj mission left for Saudi Arabia on Monday evening. The mission includes a number of committees responsible for arranging the arrival of pilgrims as well as their reception and completion of their measures in the holy sites.
It is noteworthy that 7,800 Libyan pilgrims will arrive in the Kingdom to perform the pilgrimage this year.
Source: International Islamic News Agency