Qatar Airways is considering adding more Tripoli flights due to increased demand and close bilateral relations, Al Fajar Al Jadeed reported.
A new baggage hall at Tripoli International Airport opened on 12 February, according to Al Jamahiriya.
State-owned Afriqiyah Airways will take delivery of a new Airbus A320 soon, Al Fajar Al Jadeed reported on 1 February.
Libyan Airlines and Buraq Air have increased the prices of return tickets from Tripoli to Benghazi by 12.5%, according to Oea Libya.
Afriqiyah Airways, the state-owned Libyan carrier, said that it transported 741,000  passengers in 2010, an increase of 81,000 over 2009, according to Al Shams.
Air France announced on 11 January that it would begin flying to Tripoli four times a week on 29 March, 2011.
The state-owned General Company for Rapid Transport has signed a delivery contract for 60 new passenger buses, valued at LD10m ($8m), Al Jamahiriya reported.
Libyan Airlines and Afriqiyah Airways took delivery of two new Airbus A320s on 23 December, according to Al Shams, with the aircraft received in a ceremony at Gardabya Airport in Sirte.
The International Air Travel Association (IATA) will sign an agreement with the GPC of Foreign Liaison and International Cooperation on 5 January, according to Oea Libya, which quoted a source from Libyan Airlines.
Libyan and Syrian officials held a meeting on 23 December to discuss deepening their bilateral maritime links, according to a report from the Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA).
The secretary of the management committee of the Ras Al Jadir highway project and the head of an Italian consortium signed a €125m construction engineering contract on 14 December, Al Shams reported.
Libyan Airlines has added a route from Misurata to the Egyptian coastal city of Alexandria, according to Al Shams.
The Libyan African Aviation Holding Company (LAAHC) and German airline Lufthansa signed an aviation safety agreement on 5 December, Al Jamahiriya reported.
UK-based airline BMI is delaying the launch of its London Heathrow-Tripoli route until February 2011, according to Air & Business Travel News, an aviation industry news website.
A feasibility study is under way for a $2bn high-speed rail line connecting Benghazi with Tobruk, on Libya’s eastern Mediterranean coast, according to MEED.