Frequently Asked Questions
Are you looking for answers to some of the most common questions about Medsky Airways? Our FAQs page is designed to provide you with quick and easy access to the information you need.
You can book through our offices in Tripoli and Misrata or one of our agencies, also there will be an app very soon where you can book your trips online.
A one-way ticket allows travel from one location to another without a return journey, suitable for travelers with no fixed return plans. In contrast, a round-trip ticket includes both the outbound and inbound journeys, often preferred by travelers with fixed travel dates for its convenience and cost-effectiveness.
Economy Class offers basic services, limited legroom, and affordability. Business Class provides premium services, spacious seating, privacy, and luxury amenities at a higher cost.
Carry-on luggage refers to the small suitcase or bag that passengers are allowed to take with them inside the airplane cabin. These bags are typically small and lightweight, designed to fit in the overhead compartments or under the seat in front of the passenger. Passengers can keep essential items such as personal electronics, documents, medications, and a change of clothes in their carry-on luggage, ensuring easy access during the flight. Airlines often have specific size and weight restrictions for carry-on luggage to ensure it fits in the overhead compartments and maintains a smooth boarding process.
A layover refers to a period of time when a traveler has to wait at an airport between connecting flights. During a layover, passengers do not leave the airport terminal; instead, they wait for the next flight to their final destination. Layovers can vary in duration, ranging from a short time, such as a couple of hours, to a longer period, even overnight. Passengers often use this time to relax, grab a meal, or shop within the airport. Depending on the airline and the duration of the layover, some passengers may be provided with accommodations or meals, especially in the case of longer layovers.