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Where Are Afriqiyah's Aircraft?(Libya No-fly Zone)  
User currently offlineflyingalex From Germany, joined Jul 2010, 1016 posts, RR: 0
Posted (3 years 1 month 4 days 11 hours ago) and read 23035 times:

I searched for this question, but it seems not to have been covered yet:

With the no-fly zone still in effect over Libya, Libyan airlines are grounded indefinitely. Does anyone know where they've left their aircraft? Are they in Tripoli, or had they been moved abroad for safekeeping? Or to remote airfields elsewhere in Libya? If I were an airline CEO, I certainly wouldn't want to leave hundreds of millions of dollars worth of aircraft parked in a war zone if I could avoid it.

There are no recent photos in the database, but I'm hoping that perhaps someone has seen something somewhere.

Thanks!


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User currently offlineJCS From Netherlands, joined Jun 2004, 211 posts, RR: 0
Reply 1, posted (3 years 1 month 4 days 10 hours ago) and read 22924 times:

Wikipedia:

"On 19 March 2011 a multi-state coalition began a military intervention in Libya to implement United Nations Security Council Resolution 1973, which was taken to protect civilians specifically targeted by the Libyan Regime's forces in response to events during the 2011 Libyan civil war.[11]
Point 17 of the United Nations resolution specifically bans flights from members of the United Nations of aircraft registered in Libya, effectively prohibiting under international law the operation of Libyan based airlines.
As of March 2011, the Afriqiyah Airways fleet consists of the following aircraft with an average age of 4.1 years"


And the airline's own website:
This site is down for maintenance. Please check back again soon.

Their UK website is not blank

Found one article:
Libya: Air transport, a major casualty of the Libya no-fly zone resolution

Including: "The European Union decided to freeze the assets of Afriqiyah following the recent sanctions against the Libyan regime because it is a subsidiary of Libyan African Investment Portfolio."


User currently offlineBabybus From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 2, posted (3 years 1 month 4 days 9 hours ago) and read 22696 times:

That's a very interesting question and I was thinking the same. Did all the aircraft manage to get back to Tripoli? Wouldn't it be safer to have them away from the war zone in Tunisia or somewhere.

A lot of those aircraft were operated by foreign airlines on Afriqiyah's behalf so maybe they are all now flying for those foreign airlines.


User currently offlineflyingalex From Germany, joined Jul 2010, 1016 posts, RR: 0
Reply 3, posted (3 years 1 month 4 days 5 hours ago) and read 22268 times:

Quoting JCS (Reply 1):
Wikipedia:

"On 19 March 2011 a multi-state coalition began a military intervention in Libya to implement United Nations Security Council Resolution 1973, which was taken to protect civilians specifically targeted by the Libyan Regime's forces in response to events during the 2011 Libyan civil war.[11]
Point 17 of the United Nations resolution specifically bans flights from members of the United Nations of aircraft registered in Libya, effectively prohibiting under international law the operation of Libyan based airlines.
As of March 2011, the Afriqiyah Airways fleet consists of the following aircraft with an average age of 4.1 years"

And the airline's own website:
This site is down for maintenance. Please check back again soon.

Their UK website is not blank

Found one article:
Libya: Air transport, a major casualty of the Libya no-fly zone resolution

Including: "The European Union decided to freeze the assets of Afriqiyah following the recent sanctions against the Libyan regime because it is a subsidiary of Libyan African Investment Portfolio."

Yes, I was aware of all this. As I said in my original post, all Libyan airlines are grounded indefinitely.

I was trying to find out where those grounded aircraft are located.



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User currently offlineBennett123 From United Kingdom, joined Aug 2004, 7612 posts, RR: 3
Reply 4, posted (3 years 1 month 4 days 5 hours ago) and read 22144 times:

My guess is that they are still in Libya.

I can not think of a country that would take them in, (either because, (like Tunisia and Egypt), they have new governments, or that their governments are unchanged. In that case, they are unlikely to want to draw attention to themselves.

Besides, if they had tried to fly them out, they would have been intercepted.


User currently offlinelitz From United States of America, joined Dec 2003, 1765 posts, RR: 0
Reply 5, posted (3 years 1 month 4 days 2 hours ago) and read 21911 times:
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Point 17 of the United Nations resolution specifically bans flights from members of the United Nations of aircraft registered in Libya, effectively prohibiting under international law the operation of Libyan based airlines.

Are the aircraft actually Libyan owned and registered?

If leased or wet-leased, they might not be ... and if so, would be eligible for relocation elsewhere.

Besides, if a passenger jet took off and got intercepted, it would probably be escorted to a nearby "friendly" airfield, where it probably would remain today.

(loads of conjecture there, but a possible outcome nonetheless ...)

- litz


User currently offlinesw733 From United States of America, joined Feb 2004, 6324 posts, RR: 9
Reply 6, posted (3 years 1 month 4 days 2 hours ago) and read 21873 times:

Quoting litz (Reply 5):
Are the aircraft actually Libyan owned and registered?

A quick look at the a.net photo album of Afriqiyah's photos shows that most if not all appear to have 5A registrations, which is ICAO's code for Libya.


User currently offlineBennett123 From United Kingdom, joined Aug 2004, 7612 posts, RR: 3
Reply 7, posted (3 years 1 month 4 days 2 hours ago) and read 21835 times:

IMO, if they had been intercepted and "escorted" to a "friendly" airport, then someone would have heard about it.

User currently offlineBennett123 From United Kingdom, joined Aug 2004, 7612 posts, RR: 3
Reply 8, posted (3 years 1 month 4 days 2 hours ago) and read 21798 times:

according to www.airfleets.net A330-202 5A-ONH has been stored at CDG since 03/2011.

User currently offlinekaitak From Ireland, joined Aug 1999, 12476 posts, RR: 37
Reply 9, posted (3 years 1 month 4 days 2 hours ago) and read 21777 times:

Two points arise here:

1) Were the aircraft leased? If they were, arrangements would probably have been made to fly them out, or stop them going back; remember when Israel launched an attack on the Lebanon about 2-3 years ago, MEA was permitted to fly its leased Airbuses out.

In this case, however, I think all of Afriqiyah's and LAA's aircraft were bought outright by the airlines. In this case, "tough luck".

2) When was the "no fly zone" announced; if it was announced without any warning, then it's quite possible that all the airlines' fleets were on the ground at TIP.

My guess is that when the fighting reaches Tripoli and the regime falls, we'll see a lot of smoking hulks at Tripoli Airport.


User currently offlineviasa From Switzerland, joined Jun 2005, 1880 posts, RR: 6
Reply 10, posted (3 years 1 month 4 days ago) and read 21602 times:

An Airbus A320 (5A-ONB) is stored in Malta (MLA).

The two A320s (4596 5A-ONN and 4639 5A-ONO) which were stored before the aircraft were delivered, were now designated for Lao Airlines.


User currently onlineCRJ900 From Norway, joined Jun 2004, 2191 posts, RR: 1
Reply 11, posted (3 years 1 month 3 days 22 hours ago) and read 20959 times:
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One or two of Libyan's CRJ900 are stored in Germany, I think.


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User currently offlineTrijetsonly From Germany, joined Jul 2009, 211 posts, RR: 0
Reply 12, posted (3 years 1 month 3 days 22 hours ago) and read 20902 times:

Quoting viasa (Reply 10):
An Airbus A320 (5A-ONB) is stored in Malta (MLA).

Thats because it was in maintenance at Lufthansa Technik Malta during the beginning of the UN intervention. Guess that LHT won't see a payment for that maintenance....


User currently offlineBennett123 From United Kingdom, joined Aug 2004, 7612 posts, RR: 3
Reply 13, posted (3 years 1 month 3 days 22 hours ago) and read 20472 times:

http://maltaspotting.blogspot.com/2010_12_01_archive.html

This explains what it is doing in Malta.


User currently offlineawthompson From United Kingdom, joined May 2005, 475 posts, RR: 0
Reply 14, posted (3 years 1 month 3 days 22 hours ago) and read 20330 times:

I hope I will not get into trouble for saying the following. (Moderators, if I'm going too far I will respect it if you need to delete my post.) Something did not seem right about the celebrations in Tripoli after convicted Lockerbie (N739PA) bomber Abdelbaset Al Megrahi arrived back there on an Afriqiyah aircraft. It is remarkable how it all ended up. One Afriqiyah aircraft was destroyed due CFIT on approach to Tripoli a year later and now the country has been completely torn apart, co-incidence?

User currently onlineEGPH From United Kingdom, joined Feb 2006, 245 posts, RR: 0
Reply 15, posted (3 years 1 month 3 days 21 hours ago) and read 20207 times:

I really don't see why Afriqiyah or Libyan Airlines' aircraft have to be stranded in Libya at all. Surely exemptions can be made for civil airliners to be taken elsewhere for safekeeping whilst the Libyan conflict goes on. IF the airlines in question choose to keep their planes in Libya then that is their decision but if NATO/ the UN start saying that civilian airliners that pose no threat to civilians whatsoever are banned from being moved out of danger's way then they are being rather pedantic and silly.

User currently offlineBennett123 From United Kingdom, joined Aug 2004, 7612 posts, RR: 3
Reply 16, posted (3 years 1 month 3 days 21 hours ago) and read 20065 times:

Essentially that is the basis of the "No fly" resolution.

The amazing thing is that the resolution was to protect Libyan civilians, and how far this has been streatched.


User currently offlineflyhigh@tom From United Arab Emirates, joined Sep 2001, 398 posts, RR: 0
Reply 17, posted (3 years 1 month 3 days 20 hours ago) and read 19446 times:

Saw an A330 parked in Dubai during the beginning of the conflict. On the ramp between runways 12L and 12R along with a few business jets. Now i don't see it in that position any more when i drive by the nearby road going towards Sharjah. Not sure if it still remains in DXB! Maybe some of our folks who operate out of DXB can confirm.

User currently offlineb737200 From Malta, joined Feb 2005, 225 posts, RR: 2
Reply 18, posted (3 years 1 month 3 days 14 hours ago) and read 17619 times:

There is one of their A320s parked in Malta (LMML). I think it was at Lufthansa Tecknik when this whole mess started. They recently moved it to a park I pass by everyday.


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User currently offlineatcsundevil From United States of America, joined Mar 2010, 1205 posts, RR: 2
Reply 19, posted (3 years 1 month 3 days 10 hours ago) and read 16500 times:

Quoting Bennett123 (Reply 16):

Essentially that is the basis of the "No fly" resolution.

The amazing thing is that the resolution was to protect Libyan civilians, and how far this has been streatched.


The no fly zone extends to civil aircraft for several reasons. First (although less important), it prevents bad guys from an easy exit and sneaking out of the country. More importantly, it allows the airspace to be free of civilian targets. This is a war zone so it is important to minimize collateral damage. It would look very bad if a civil aircraft were mistaken for a hostile, like Iran Air 655. Having the airspace be in complete control of friendly forces (air superiority) makes the situation more manageable and far safer for civilians who may otherwise be caught in the cross-fire.

As for the situation in general, I think the goals have changed since the resolution was drafted. For better or for worse, the mission has shifted from protecting civilians to forcing some type of regime change or cease-fire. Neither of which will come soon without the UN or NATO committing conventional and unconventional ground forces -- the rebel forces just aren't capable of getting it done. I think this no fly zone could potentially drag out for another year or more, much like the Iraqi no fly zone did.


User currently offlinesomething From United Kingdom, joined May 2011, 1633 posts, RR: 21
Reply 20, posted (3 years 1 month 3 days 10 hours ago) and read 16449 times:

There's also a Libyan CRJ900 at Hamburg, all titles removed. All five of LN CRJ900 are leased from Bombardier directly and are expected to be returned to the lessor shortly. There are two other Libyan based aircraft currently in German possession.

But the 'no fly' zone doesn't literally mean ''no flight at all''. Some days are actually rather busy at Tripoli and Benghazi, though I concede those aren't regular charter flights. Point 17 of the United Nations resolution specifically bans flights from members of the United Nations of aircraft registered in Libya. Thus effectively prohibiting under international law the operation of Libyan based airlines.

Libyan Airlines and Afriqiyah Airways' had been grouped under Libyan African Aviation Holding Company shortly before the revolution begun and were expected to merge into one airline. This step was supposed to facilitate the oversight over a co-ordinated development of the Libyan aviation sector.

The majority stake holder of both, LN and 8U, is the Libyan government through various funds. Therefore, they have been frozen as Libyan assets but have been used for humanitarian needs - UN ordered charter flights - in the past.



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User currently offlinetailfin From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 21, posted (3 years 1 month 3 days 5 hours ago) and read 16174 times:

It depends what you mean by 'civil' aircraft. As Afriqiyah Airways belongs to the Libyan regime it has other issues than just the no-fly zone.

Afriqiyah Airways is part of Libyan African Investment Portfolio. According to EU regulation and US regulation this company is wholly run and controlled by the regime, i.e. these guys set up Afriqiyah Airways and own it and therefore this company was specifically targeted by sanctions - the company was making money for the regime.
As such, the no-fly zone is a completely separate issue. European and US companies are forbidden from providing any assistance or carrying out any transactions with Afriqiyah as it is one of Gaddhafi's companies. The regime even have a number of aircraft in private cabin layout for state trips, such as the A300 that took the guy charged for Lockerbie bombing back to Tripoli. I guess any assets of the airline which are outside of Libya will be frozen.


User currently offlineMortyman From Norway, joined Aug 2006, 3940 posts, RR: 1
Reply 22, posted (3 years 1 month 3 days 2 hours ago) and read 16006 times:

On a different point ...

It's a former Norwegian SAS pilot that is the dictator's private pilot and who flies the dictator A340 around:

He was apparently handpicket for the job last year ... and was not happy about the prospect of possibly flying the dictator out of the country / to safety. Don't know if he managed to get away and home to Norway or if he still intend follow his contract ...

[Edited 2011-08-19 10:13:02]

User currently offlineviasa From Switzerland, joined Jun 2005, 1880 posts, RR: 6
Reply 23, posted (3 years 1 month 1 day 11 hours ago) and read 15463 times:

Quoting CRJ900 (Reply 11):
One or two of Libyan's CRJ900 are stored in Germany, I think.

True, but the CRJs belong to Libyan Airlines not to Afriqiyah's fleet.

Quoting b737200 (Reply 18):
There is one of their A320s parked in Malta (LMML). I think it was at Lufthansa Tecknik when this whole mess started. They recently moved it to a park I pass by everyday.

See above.


User currently offlinebreiz From France, joined Mar 2005, 1917 posts, RR: 2
Reply 24, posted (3 years 1 month 1 day 11 hours ago) and read 15406 times:

Quoting Mortyman (Reply 22):
It's a former Norwegian SAS pilot that is the dictator's private pilot and who flies the dictator A340 around:

He was apparently handpicket for the job last year ... and was not happy about the prospect of possibly flying the dictator out of the country / to safety. Don't know if he managed to get away and home to Norway or if he still intend follow his contract ...

Allow me to comment that when you accept to be employed by the like of Ghaddafi, what you're happy about or not is kind of too late to think about.


25 breiz : Here is an extract of the Safety Council resolution about the no-fly zone established on March 17th: "It further decided that all States should deny p
26 european742 : I know this is not Afriqiyah but im sure I saw some Libyan Airlines CRJs at CGN when I was there, all titles removed.
27 rutankrd : It is almost certain that NATO precision bombing has damaged/crippled infrastructure at Tripoli/Mitiga/Umm Aitiqah. Radar/ATC taken out and Runway/tax
28 breiz : Since March 3rd to be precise. However, radar tracking places her flying back to Tripoli on March 10th.
29 kaitak : There are also reports of fighting between rebels and Ghadaffi loyalists around the Mitiga Air Base, and it's probably inevitable that this will sprea
30 Post contains links viasa : 5A-LAC is/was in Hamburg (HAM) without titels and logo. 5A-LAL is/was in Cologne (CGN) without titels and registration. I don't know if there were mor
31 TS-IOR : Tunisia would have accepted to park the entire LN and 8U fleet in its airports but i think the Libyans didn't get enough time to do it. We have assist
32 notaxonrotax : I saw an A340 at Tripoli airport on CNN just now. Seems to be in tact……. No Tax On Rotax
33 Post contains links United787 : Just saw the same video on CNN...also saw an old 707? http://edition.cnn.com/video/#/video...amon.tripoli.airport.cnn?hpt=hp_t1
34 Bennett123 : I also saw 2 IL76's and an Afriqiyah A340.
35 Bennett123 : IIRC, the sole A340 was A340-213 5A-ONE, (and this aircraft was a VVIP transport). If so, it doesn't seem that he is going anywhere.
36 breiz : That's 5A-ONE as there is only one. I also saw one of the two LAA's A300.
37 Flying Belgian : If anyone could confirm where the two A330s are it's be kind. Another question was Afriqiyah the owner of the whole fleet or are the Airbus leased ? I
38 Post contains links Bennett123 : http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-africa-14610722 The picture at 12:48 shows an A320 at Tripoli Airport. The 'NO' on the nose gear door would suggest th
39 United787 : I saw images on CNN this morning and it appeared that at least one large civilian aircraft has been destroyed in the recent fighting, one with the sam
40 na : The single A300 has been destroyed according to Reuters video.
41 Post contains links flyingAY : Some destroyed planes at Tripoli airport are shown on the video here: http://www.hs.fi/videot/113526883258...=Uutiset&cmp=tm_etu_videokaruselli
42 na : One destroyed plane, not some. The A300 5A-IAY as said before. Btw, the video has been posted before in another thread.
43 kaitak : A CNN report on Twitter, from Arwa Damon at TIP, has reported artillery inbound and a plane burning.
44 Braniff747SP : Just saw a Libyan a/c, A300 5A-DLZ, burning, on CNN.
45 Post contains links TS-IOR : Here are photos of A320s 5A-OND/K/L and others parked @ TIP : http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?s...79851.52217.133738650025293&type=1
46 Braniff747SP : Well, the above confirms that at least one Afriqiyah a/c destroyed.
47 Post contains links TS-IOR : The one completely destroyed is an A300-600 registered 5A-IAY previously registered in Tunisia as TS-IAY and mainly used by the government. It seems a
48 Bennett123 : Reply 35 was incorrect, on viewing the image again it was 5A-OND.
49 asuflyer : 5A-ONK from the pictures looks like it was hit. Two of the windows appear burnt-out
50 Post contains images viasa : Must be 5A-ONK. I don't understand why all the planes were still there...
51 asuflyer : Duplicated post. Moderators please delete.[Edited 2011-08-25 14:51:58]
52 lhr380 : Why has the slide popped?
53 viasa : Please not!!! This thread was started over a week ago - the other thread was just started yesterday!
54 notaxonrotax : Post he said, not thread. This thread is worth it. No Tax On Rotax
55 Post contains links and images N14AZ : Most probably B 707 Jamahiriya Air Transport 5A-DJU: I tried to make a photo documentation about the corrosion corner in Tripolis. For those who are
56 Bennett123 : Great images, thanks for sharing them.
57 breiz : Very interesting pictures! So, Afriqiyah: A300 5A-IAY destroyed A319 5A-OND A320 5A-ONJ A320 5A-ONK damaged A320 5A-ONL A330 5A-??? A330 5A-??? Buraq:
58 BasilFawlty : Afriqiyah Airways: type - registration - location - status A306 - 5A-IAY - TIP - destroyed A319 - 5A-ONC - ? - ? A319 - 5A-OND - TIP - ok? A319 - 5A-O
59 Post contains links viasa : Skyliner Aviation reports that also an A300 of Libyan Airlines was destroyed: Airbus A300 -622R 616 5A-DLZ Libyan Airlines destroyed 25aug11 at TIP e
60 Post contains links viasa : Four aircrafts were destroyed (inculding the two A300 and an A330-200): http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2011-0...wn-of-sirte-as-reward-offered.html
61 breiz : One can wonder what is the point. These ac are neither a threat, nor of strategic importance. They are just sitting there, in the middle of the fight
62 Post contains links and images scbriml : The two A300s mentioned in this FlightGlobal article: http://www.flightglobal.com/articles...destroyed-in-tripoli-conflict.html It was there when I vi
63 Post contains links Flying Belgian : http://edition.cnn.com/video/#/video...amon.tripoli.airport.cnn?hpt=hp_t1 More details are visible in this video. Obviously two A300 destroyed. The tw
64 gatorman96 : Are these planes being destroyed in fear that they will be used to help Ghadaffi flee? For sport, or both? Obviously we don't know the true answer, ju
65 kaitak : No, they are being shelled by Ghadaffi loyalists; the airport is held by the rebels and is being targeted by the Ghadaffi people. I am guessing that
66 n471wn : I see no evidence than an Airbus 330 was destroyed
67 Bennett123 : B707-361C was damaged on landing at Tripoli on 09/12/1991, it was withdrawn from use and placed in storage ??/01/1992. Source "Individual aircraft his
68 Bennett123 : Sorry it was B707-351C MSN 18889 5A-DJU. Finger problem.
69 Braniff747SP : as I said before, I saw -DLZ burning on CNN at Tripoli. Total loss, no question about that.
70 ba319-131 : - The Times today has a picture of a burnt out Afriqiyah aircraft, the tail is either A330 or A340.
71 Post contains links combatshadow : This is a link to the Libyan Youth Movement FB page. Posted on their wall is this picture of an Airbus tail. Can anyone make out the letters on the to
72 RubberJungle : AY
73 kaitak : So, the same one then; all we can deduce is that Gadaffi's loyalists didn't like A300s (and had a grudge against one of the A320s). Hopefully, once t
74 Post contains links and images BasilFawlty : Some more footage here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mgWdxbQM-7Y http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=27JMDU7vZpE In this video you can see two A319's (5
75 777STL : Looks like -NK to me.
76 francoflier : Couldn't it be 5A-IAY? The A300's tail is pretty similar to that of its offspring.
77 na : It IS A300-600 5A-IAY. No A330 has been destroyed. Btw Gaddafis A340 is damaged although nothing can be seen in the photos or film footage available.
78 Post contains links Bennett123 : 777STL The link will not work for me. "NK" is likely to be A320-214 5A-ONK. http://www.airfleets.net/ficheapp/plane-a320-4330.htm Does it seem to be i
79 Post contains links viasa : Yes, 5A-ONK is in TIP but was hit by a missile. See picture in reply 50. Not sure if the aircraft could be repair (after the war). For me it looks li
80 AA777223 : I'm glad to hear that. I'll be honest, I think that Afriqiyah's (sp?) aircraft - especially their A330/340s - are very attractive aircraft, and most
81 na : According to the rebels the aircraft destroyed were hit by longrange fire from Gaddafis troups.
82 TeamDA : There are some tweets about saying that a number of aircraft have been flown out of Tripoli to Benghazi over the last 2-3 days. Interestingly a search
83 AA777223 : I don't care who's doing it. I just don't want to see those almost new, beautiful aircraft needlessly destroyed.
84 Post contains links TeamDA : Lots more info being tweeted by LibyanPilot http://twitter.com/#!/LibyanPilot so worth a follow. LAA CRJs (2 in Germany, 2 in France and 1 in Malta) B
85 Post contains images sxb :
86 viasa : I'm not sure, if this is correct, only found picture of one Libyan Airlines A300 (5A-DLZ). Any information about the other airport of Tripoli (Mitiga
87 Bennett123 : Reply 85 looks like 5A-IAY.
88 Bennett123 : There is a report in i, (Part of the Independent newspaper Group) showing the wrecked nose of a smallish Libyan Arab Airlines aircraft at an airbase/a
89 Post contains images N14AZ : At Beni Walid Air Force Base there are about 10 LET 410 stored. I always wanted to go there from Misuratah but didn't manage before the civil war star
90 Post contains links viasa : A Fokker F27 of Libyan Airlines (perhaps already phased out some times ago) was destroyed in Bani Walid: http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage...es-rea
91 Bennett123 : Sorry for not responding sooner. The photo in the Metro was an F27, not a LET. The shape of the tail is quite different. The photo in the i is more di
92 Post contains links Bennett123 : http://www.airfleets.net/ficheapp/plane-a300-601.htm An update on 5A-DLY. Sorry, I forget to thank you guys for the help about the F27.
93 Post contains images viasa : It looks like that the UN no fly zone over Libya is no more. Today the french president Nicolas Sarkozy and the british premier minister David Cameron
94 Post contains images TS-IOR : 5A-LAH/K are now in TUN, probably for checks. Also a B734 and a B738 of Buraq have flown from MJI, Tripoli's second airport, to MLA Luqa, probably fo
95 breiz : Surprisingly, Afriqiyah is still banned from flying.
96 NIZMO : Does anyone know of the fate of the allegedly damaged A330 that had gunfire damage across the fuselage? Is Afriqiyah flying now the UN has released th
97 TS-IOR : Afriqiyah's A319 5A-ONC just landed in TUN with callsign Five Alpha Oscar November Charlie.
98 Bennett123 : As of today, Afrique 5A-ONB is being serviced by LHT in Malta, as is 5A-DMG of Buraq. Sebha, (5A-MAB) also of Buraq was also in the LHT Hangar. Finall
99 Bennett123 : Yesterday we had 5A-DKQ of Air Libya in the static display plus AN26 5A-DOA of Libyan Air Cargo. 5A-ONB, 5A-DMG and 5A-MAB still at LHT.
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