Tripoli port workers held a protest on 29 May to demand the implementation of a new law and improvement to infrastructure, according to reports in the local media.
Air Malta has launched a new route to Benghazi, Libya's second city, and also says it is seeking  purchase aviation fuel from Libya.
State-owned Afriqiyah Airways operated its first flights to the Jordanian capital this week, and will serve Amman from both Tripoli and Benghazi.
A recent government decision is set to halve the cost of some internal flights in Libya operated by the state-owned Libyan Airlines.
Some 26 foreign companies made presentations to Libyan officials in early May for the supply of public buses to major Libyan cities.
The Algerian state-owned carrier has restarted its route to Libya, despite difficult relations between the two countries.
Tunisair Express, a subsidiary of state-owned Tunisair, will begin flying between the Libyan capital and the coastal Tunisian city of Monastir, adding yet more capacity on Libya-Tunisia routes. 
A number of flights from Tripoli International Airport were cancelled or delayed on 13 May due to a strike by air traffic controllers.
Airports in Al Bayda, Tobruk and Ghadames have reopened this week and are set to be served by regular internal flights from Tripoli.
Air Malta says it will resume twice-weekly flights to the eastern city of Benghazi from 29 May, supplementing its current daily service to Tripoli.
In early May state-owned Afriqiyah Airways took receipt of an Airbus A330 plane that had been sent for repairs after being damaged in the 2011 conflict. 
State-owned carrier Tunisair has increased the frequency of its flights from Tunis to Tripoli and Benghazi, and will also launch a Djerba-Tripoli route in May.
British Airways will resume flights between London Heathrow and Tripoli on 1 May, becoming the first UK-based airline to restart routes to Libya.
German airline Lufthansa has increased the frequency of its Frankfurt-Tripoli flights, which from 22 April it will operate daily.
State-owned carrier Libyan Airlines has resumed flights between Tripoli and Malta using a plane and crew leased from a Tunisian airline.