Libyan Airlines الخطوط الجوية الليبية Current Aircraft Fleet

Libyan Airlines

IATA Code: LN | ICAO Code: LAA | Callsign: LIBYAN

Libyan Airlines
Haiti Street,
P.O.Box 2555,
Libya Tripoli
Tel: +218 21-444-3022
Fax: +218 21-361-4103
www.libyanairlines.aero

Ownership: state-owned (100%) Libyan African Aviation Holding Company (LAAHC), for details please see below.



Libyan Airlines is the national flag carrier airline of Libya, incorporated in 1964 and commenced operations in October 1965 as Kingdom of Libya Airlines. subsequently, it had the name of Libyan Arab Airlines and Jamahiriya Libyan Arab Airlines and finally its current name: Libyan Airlines. It operates scheduled passenger and cargo services covering Libya, Europe, North Africa, and the Middle East (30 destinations). Its main base is Tripoli International Airport.

LAAHC  shareholders are four government entities: the Libyan National Social Fund (30%), Libyan National Investment Company (30%), Libya-Africa Investment Fund (25%), and the Libyan Foreign Investment Company (15%).

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Libyan Airlines News
Dec21

Paris, Amstelveen, working with Air France Consulting, the MRO is helping return Libyan Airlines  aircraft, damaged during the recent Libyan hostilities, to revenue service. In a first for the two groups, Libyan Airlines and AFI KLM E&M have signed a long-term contract covering component support (pool access and repairs) and maintenance checks for the Libyan carrier’s A320 and ATR 42-500 fleets. Read More »»»
Sep2

In view of the developments in Libya, the EU Council today lifted the freeze on the financial assets and economic resources of 28 Libyan entities. Today's decision amends Council decision 2011/137/CFSP of 28 February, which introduced a travel ban and an assets freeze, while granting the necessary humanitarian exemptions. Read More »»»
Oct7

Toronto, Bombardier Aerospace announced today that Tripoli-based Libyan African Aviation Holding Company has signed a firm order for three CRJ900 NextGen aircraft and has also taken options on an additional three CRJ900 NextGen aircraft.The aircraft will be operated by Libyan Airlines, a subsidiary company of Libyan African Aviation Holding Company. Read More »»»
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