The state-owned Libyan Airlines is discussing opening new destinations to Asian countries, the Libyan African Aviation Holding Company (LAAHC) revealed today. LAAHC owns both the two main state airliners, Libyan Airlines and Afriqiyah Airways.
The news was revealed today after a meeting held by the Director of the Asia and Australia Department at the Libyan Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Nuri Fadel Al-Kaseh, with the Chairman of the Libyan African Aviation Holding Company (LAAHC), Ibrahim Abdel Karim Elias, was devoted to following up and activating the Libyan agreements concluded with Asian countries in aviation fields.
The meeting was held yesterday at the Foreign Ministry’s headquarters in Tripoli, in the presence of several members of the Board of Directors, the director of the company’s legal office, the Department of International Law and Treaties in the Ministry, and the director of the International Cooperation Office in the Civil Aviation Authority,
The meeting discussed the agreements and memorandums of understanding signed with Asian countries in the field of aviation and the most successful ways to activate them. Obstacles faced to achieve the future vision of opening new destinations for Libyan airlines to Asian countries were also discussed.
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