The first flight from Libya landed at Egypt's Cairo International Airport Saturday after a seven-year hiatus, Egyptian media reported.
The state-owned Al-Ahram newspaper said 255 passengers were aboard the Libyan Airlines flight.
A protocol celebration was organized by the Cairo International Airport to welcome the A330 model Libyan airliner that took off from Tripoli’s Mitiga International Airport, the newspaper said.
The Libyan flight is scheduled to fly back to Tripoli later on Saturday with 250 passengers on board.
Direct flights between Cairo International Airport and Libyan airports resumed on Sept. 30 after a seven-year suspension.
Libya has been torn by civil war since the ouster of late ruler Moammar Gadhafi in 2011.
On March 16, a new transitional unity government headed by Abdul Hamid Mohammed Dbeibah was approved to lead the country to elections this December.