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Buraq Air leasing a B737

Posted 29 December 2016 · Add Comment

Libya's Buraq Air has wet-leased a B737-500 from fellow Libyan operator, Air Libya, reports ch-aviation.

The aircraft has been in service for Buraq Air on its Tripoli Mitiga-Tunis route since mid-December.

Buraq Air's fleet consists of two B737-400s, one B737-500 (undergoing repairs at Tripoli Int'l), and two B737-800s.

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