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Afriqiyah Airways

 IATA Code: 8U ICAO Code: AAW Callsign: AFRIQIYAH

Afriqiyah Airways
2nd Floor, Waha Building,
Omar Al Mokhtar Street,
PO Box 83428, Tripoli, Libya
Tel +218 21 444 9734/0853
Fax +218 21 444 9128

Ownership: state-owned, Libyan government (100%)

Afriqiyah Airways was established in April 2001 and initiated services in December 2001. It is based in Tripoli, Libya and operates domestic flights between Tripoli and Benghazi, as well as scheduled services to more than 20 destinations in Europe, Africa, and the Middle East. The airline's main base is Tripoli International Airport. Plans are being made to serve destinations in central and southern Africa and the Far East.

The 9.9.99 logo on the side of Afriqiyah's airplanes refers to the date of the Sirte Declaration which marked the formation of the African Union. The idea was for Afriqiyah to be the "Airline of Africa" with its hub in Tripoli. The airline generated US$120 million in revenue in 2006. By mid October 2010, Afriqiyah Airways and Libyan Airlines (Libya's other state flag carrier) were expected to merge into one airline. Founded as a state flag carrier with the aim of improving air services from western Africa to Europe. Afriqiyah became part of state-owned Libyiah Afriqiyah Aviation Holding Company in May 2008. Staff members: approx 1,300

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Afriqiyah Airway News

Paris, Amstelveen, 6 May 2013 - Air France Industries and KLM Engineering & Maintenance (AFI KLM E&M) and Afriqiyah Airways have signed an agreement covering support for the CF680E1 engines equipping the Libyan flag carrier's two A330-200s. Read More »»»

On the 28th. of February 2013 the Libyan Civil Aviation Authority Investigation Committee issued the Final Report regarding the accident occurred on the 12th. of May 2010 to our Air bus A-330 aircraft, registration 5A-ONG performing Flight 8U-771 whilst on final approach to Tripoli International Airport, coming from Johannesburg, South Africa. Read More »»»

Paris, Sabena technics, continues it engineering and maintenance assistance and support to Afriqiyah Airways. Two A330 were  delivered toSabena technics’ Bordeaux facilities last week for maintenance C checks, modifications & consequent structural repairs resulting fromthe last hostilities. Read More »»»

Paris, Amstelveen, the 2008 contract between AFI KLM E&M and Afriqiyah Airways has been reactivated following an amendment signed in November this year. Read More »»»

Afriqiyah Airways has taken delivery of their first Airbus A330-200 aircraft, becoming a new operator of this aircraft type. The new A330 will seat 230 passengers in a two-class cabin and will serve long-haul operations on routes from Tripoli to Africa and Europe. Read More »»»
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