History

Afriqiyah Airways - connecting Libya with the world

Afriqiyah Airways was established in April 2001 and commenced scheduled services on 1 December 2001. The name Afriqiyah comes from the Arabic word for African.  It is wholly owned by the Libyan government.
On 19 December 2012 the airline unveiled its new livery, which features a white fuselage and black tailfin adorned with three blue stripes, representing the neck markings of the Turtle Dove.
The Afriqiyah Airways fleet consists of an all-Airbus fleet of modern Airbus 319,320 and 330.

Afriqiyah Airways currently operates a small route network out of Mitiga International Airport, Benina International Airport, Misrata Airport, and Sebha Airport

Current Hubs

Afriqiyah Airways is offering flights from the following Hubs in Libya to destinations in Africa and the Middle-East.

  • Tripoli Mitiga International Airport
  • Benghazi International Airport
  • Misrata International Airport
  • Sebha Airport

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