By Farah Waleed.
Tripoli, 28 January 2015:
Buraq Air has announced that it has suspended flights for next two days because of what . . .[restrict]it called circumstances beyond its control. These, it has said, are that four staff working for the airline as part of a wetlease agreement were killed yesterday in the attack on the Corinthia Hotel in Tripoli.
It has listed three of the names, one of them of Frenchman Xavier Catani, reportedly a pilot. Another with a Russian name is also said to be a pilot. The other two are believed to be stewardesses.
Buraq Air was reported to have wetleased a Georgian aircraft for its international routes. [/restrict]