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Afriqiyah to wet-lease a turboprop from Medavia

Posted 6 February 2017 · Add Comment

Afriqiyah Airways will wet-lease a Dash 8-100 from Malta's Medavia to run its upcoming scheduled charter flights connecting Libya with Malta, reports ch-aviation.

Twice weekly flights from Misurata were launched on February 5, this will be followed by a twice weekly service from Brack on February 9. An existing Malta-Tripoli Mitiga return service currently operates thrice weekly.

 

 

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