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Istanbul-Mitiga 4,404.37 TL
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Libyan Airlines
direct-flight - 3h 15m
24 August 2022, Wednesday 16:15
direct-flight - 1h 10m
14 July 2022, Thursday 13:00

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Libyan Airlines
direct-flight - 3h 15m
15 July 2022, Friday 10:30
Afriqiyah Airways
direct-flight - 2h 45m
29 June 2022, Wednesday 17:00
Libyan Airlines
direct-flight - 1h 15m
10 August 2022, Wednesday 09:00

Information for Mitiga Flights

There are 2 flights operating between Istanbul and Mitiga. You may find frequent flights from Istanbul, Tunus and Beirut to Mitiga.

Are you looking for cheap fares for Mitiga flights? In the coming 3 months: Beirut Mitiga 6,352 TL, Istanbul Mitiga 4,404 TL and Khartoum Mitiga 7,175 TL

Better to book your flight to Mitiga 24 days before departure to get the best fares on average.

July and June months are the highest season for Libyan Arab Jamahiriya, Mitiga. The prices are higher compared to the other periods. You will find the cheapest flight prices in the following months: September and October.

Located on the Mediterranean coast, Libya is a North African country surrounded by Egypt in the east, Algeria and Tunisia in the west, Niger and Chad in the south, and Sudan in the southeast. Tripoli, Libya's largest and most cosmopolitan city, is one of the three regions that make up Libya. The west and east of Tripoli, which corresponds to the surroundings of today's Tripoli city, are known as Tripolitania in history.


Tripoli, which is known to have been founded by the Berbers, was dominated by the Phoenicians, Numidia along the coast, Vandals and the Byzantine Empire in the 7th century. The region, which was started to be ruled by the Malta Knights, was conquered by Turgut Reis and the city joined the Ottoman Empire. At the beginning of the 20th century, Italy's desire to colonize the region brought it against the Ottomans, and in the Tripoli War, Mustafa Kemal and his friends wanted to organize the region against the Italians. Tripoli State, which was established between 1911-1918 in Tripoli, which was passed to the Italians with the Treaty of Ushi, was completely occupied by Italy as of this date, although its name was changed to the Republic of Tripoli in 1918. II. During World War II, Cyrenaica was also included in the region and the United Kingdom began to rule the region. With the inclusion of Fezzan and Cyrenaica into the United Kingdom of Libya, the United Kingdom of Libya was renamed Libya in 1969.

Places to visit

Despite its large area, almost all of the population lives in the coastal regions of Tripoli and Cyrenaica. The ethnic population consisting of Berber, Turkish, Arab, Bedouin, Sahara, Tobular and Tuareg includes immigrants from central Africa and Egypt. The official language is Arabic, and the Berber language, Tamazight, is spoken in the country. Although English and Italian are spoken in big cities, the majority of the elderly who have experienced Italian captivity speak Italian.

Tablusgarp, one of the most beautiful cities of the Mediterranean, is a city that has its own impressiveness with its Arab, Muslim, Ottoman and Italian influences. Especially the Assai el-Hamra Fortress, located around the Green Square and the Martyrs' Area, the Jamahiriye Museum inside the fortress, the Old Town just behind the fortress, and the other side of the square, there are nice buildings with Italian architecture. The Cemahiriye Museum, which contains 47 galleries chronologically from the Neolithic Age to the present, hosts impressive works of art. The area called the Old City is Sul el-Türk and Suk el Müşir Bazaars; Karamanlı, Osman Pasha, Turgut Mosques, En Naka Mosque, which is known to be 1200 years old, and Marcus Aurelius Arch can be seen. Apart from that, the Old City District is a region that keeps the historical and cultural atmosphere of the city alive with its narrow streets with arches, whitewashed houses, Ottoman architectural examples, madrasas, inns, churches, walls and gates, and old French and British Embassy buildings.

The west of Tripoli and its surroundings is called Sabratha, and the east is called Leptis Magna. With the restorations made in the Sabratha Region, which was destroyed by earthquakes several times, the buildings dating from the Roman Period preserve their first day beauty. Although the structures built with soft sandstone have been eroded over the years due to exposure to sea waves, they are still quite impressive. Antonine, Liber Pater (Dionisos), Serapis, Isis-Hercules Temples, capitol, forum, ancient toilets, sea bath, senate building, Christian basilica, Byzantine wall and magnificent theater building and Justinian mosaics are among the most special structures of the city.

Leptis Magna, an ancient ruin in the eastern part of the city, is known as the birthplace of the Roman Emperor Septimus Severus. Restoration of the ruins in Leptis Magna, which was the largest Roman city in Africa at the time, continues today. The ruins, which spread over a very large area, are entered from the magnificent Septimus Severus Arch built in 203. In the ancient city, where Hadrian's Baths, Monumental Fountain, Great Columned Street, and the huge Forum of Severus, famous for the heads of Medusa and the Water Nymphs, are located, there is a magnificent basilica, old forum, port, a market in a style not seen in Roman cities, a theater and an amphitheater with a capacity of 16 thousand people. There are the Avcı Baths, famous for their mosaics and frescoes with giant scenes, and a local museum in good condition.

Eating and drinking

The country's best-known local dish, couscousi, consists of steamed mutton or lamb served with wheat and semolina. Many varieties of tea, which is the national drink, are consumed. There are restaurants in Tripoli that offer many delicacies from Chinese to European cuisine, including fish. American fast food chains are also indispensable food stops in Tripoli.


Turkish Airlines has a connecting flight between Istanbul and Tripoli, but you can also fly with many airlines. It is possible to reach Tripoli International Airport, located in the town of Ben Ghashir, 34 km south of Tripoli, by taxi or by renting a car.

FAQs about Mitiga Flights

  • Which airlines are flying to Mitiga?
    The airlines flying most frequently to Mitiga are: Tunisair, Egyptair, Lufthansa, Hahn Air and Libyan Airlines. The most popular route is Istanbul to Mitiga. Hahn Air, Libyan Airlines and Tunisair are the most popular airlines for this route.
  • How much is the cheapest flight to Mitiga?
    In the next 3 months, the cheapest one way flight between Turkey cities and Mitiga is Alexandria to Mitiga at 25 June 2022 and the price of the flight is 3,174 TL. The cheapest roundtrip flight is from Tunus to Mitiga and it costs 3,207 TL.
  • How close the Mitiga airports to the City Center?
    Mitiga Mitiga Airport is 8 km from the city center.
  • How TURNA finds these low flight prices?
    TURNA has agreements with many airlines and get special fares and discounts. TURNA is the inventor of Smart Flight ® which connects the non-connected airlines. Smart Flight ® has a unique scientific algorithm and can find 70% cheaper routes which you cannot find on any other site.

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Mitiga Flight Ticket Prices

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Popular Flights Ticket Price
Ankara - Mitiga 7,320.31
Beirut - Mitiga 6,352.08
Cairo - Mitiga 3,276.53
Casablanca - Mitiga 35,996.96
Dusseldorf - Mitiga 19,683.72
Dubai - Mitiga 15,115.80
Frankfurt - Mitiga 29,310.37
Geneva - Mitiga 21,432.83
Hamburg - Mitiga 28,631.30
Istanbul - Mitiga 4,635.16
Izmir - Mitiga 46,143.15
Khartoum - Mitiga 7,175.31
Lisbon - Mitiga 39,272.50
London - Mitiga 6,783.16
Lagos - Mitiga 10,378.73
Milan - Mitiga 7,486.88
Paris - Mitiga 5,940.88
Rome - Mitiga 6,442.93
Riyadh - Mitiga 6,959.58
Sofia - Mitiga 27,012.43
Tunus - Mitiga 1,760.52
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