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Kufrah in Libya reopens to commercial traffic

Posted 17 November 2016 · Add Comment

Kufrah in southeastern Libya has reopened to commercial traffic following almost a year-long closure, reports ch-aviation.

Libyan Airlines became the first scheduled carrier to serve the town with a twice weekly service from Brack. A weekly service to Tripoli Mitiga is also planned to launch at some point in the coming days.


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