Sabha Airport

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Sebha International Airport
Airport type Public
Operator Civil Aviation and Meteorology Bureau
Serves Sabha
Location Libya
Elevation AMSL 1,427 ft / 424 m
Coordinates 27°0′0″N 14°27′40″E / 27.00000°N 14.46111°E / 27.00000; 14.46111Coordinates: 27°0′0″N 14°27′40″E / 27.00000°N 14.46111°E / 27.00000; 14.46111
SEB is located in Libya
Location within Libya
Direction Length Surface
ft m
06/24 5,596 1,706 Asphalt
13/31 11,778 3,590 Asphalt

Sebha International Airport is an airport in Sabha, southern Libya - (IATA: SEB, ICAO: HLLS).


The airport underwent expansion in the 1970s to make it into an international airport.[1] A LD600 million contract has been signed (May 20, 2008) with a joint venture comprising Lebanon's CCC and a new Libyan investment and development company for a new passenger terminal at Sabha Airport. It will have a capacity of 3 million passengers, and, like the new terminals at Tripoli International and Benina International, will be designed by Aéroports de Paris Engineering.[2]

In March 2017, it was announced that the airport had reopened to commercial traffic after closing in 2014 due to the war in the country[3]

Airlines and destinations[edit]

Airlines Destinations
Afriqiyah Airways Benghazi, Sfax, Tripoli, Tunis
Buraq Air Tripoli
Libyan Airlines Alexandria-Borg el Arab, Benghazi, Cairo, Sfax, Tripoli, Tunis
Seasonal: Casablanca
Syphax Airlines Sfax

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Translations on Near East and North Africa. Joint Publications Research Service. 1977. p. 31. 
  2. ^ (May 20, 2008), Endres, Gunter, Libya to restructure air transport sector, FlightGlobal, Accessed May 20, 2008
  3. ^

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