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Afriqiyah to enter freight market

Posted 30 August 2016 · Add Comment

Libya's Afriqiyah is planning to enter the dedicated freighter market, reports ch-aviation.

The Libyan passenger carrier announced last month that it is in the process of inducting an unspecified number of A300-600s into its fleet for use on domestic as well as international cargo operations. A special cargo division was created last year ahead of its entry into the market.

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