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Rahila Air outlines proposed route network

Posted 8 August 2017 · Add Comment

Libya's Rahila Air has outlined its proposed operational plans which involve the dry-lease of a single A320-200, reports ch-aviation.

According to schedule data at hand, Rahila Air plans to use 5A-WAT to run regular passenger flights from Tripoli Mitiga to each of Alexandria Borg el Arab (Egypt, 3x weekly), Sfax and Tunis (Tunisia, 3x and 10x weekly), and Istanbul Atatürk (Turkey, 3x weekly).

Rahila Air was established in 2015 and will offer passenger charter as well as cargo flights across Libya.

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