Emirates relaunches flights to Libya

The resumption of passenger flights creates a total combined capacity of over 100 tonnes of cargo alongside Emirates SkyCargo.


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Emirates resumed passenger flights to Tripoli, Libya, this week for the first time since suspending services more than two years ago, the airline mentioned.

An Emirates spokesperson said the re-launch passenger flight departed on Sunday September 1. Flights had been suspended since February 2011, the spokesperson added.

In May 2012, Emirates SkyCargo launched freighter service to Tripoli, carrying a variety of goods such as electronics from the Far East to drilling equipment from the US, the airline stated.

The resumption of passenger flights creates a total combined capacity of over 100 tonnes of cargo alongside Emirates SkyCargo.



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