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Libyan Airlines Takes Delivery of second A330
23/07/2013 19:09:00

Libya’s national carrier, Libyan Airlines, on Monday took delivery of its second Airbus A330-200 plane, with the remaining aircraft to arrive early next year.

The transport minister, the head of the Libyan Civil Aviation Authority, the chairman of Libyan Airlines and various other officials from the sector were at Maitiga Airport in Tripoli to welcome the new addition to the fleet to Maitiga Airport in Tripoli.

It is the second of four A330-200s that the airline has on order from Airbus, with the remaining two planes to be delivered in the first quarter of 2014.

Last month Libyan Airlines took receipt of its first A330, which have a capacity of 235 economy-class seats and 24-business-class.

Afriqiyah Airways, the other state-owned Libyan carrier, already operates several A330s as part of its fleet and has more on order.

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