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Airport in Tripoli Denies an Airplane Had Trouble Landing in Libya
Airplane flying low on Tripoli on Tuesday 18 October 2016.

Tripolió A Maatiqa airport in Tripoli, Libya denied that an airplane had difficulty landing at the airport on Tuesday saying it was on a training mission, according to Alwasat web site.

The airplane maneuvered at a low level over Tripoli for a rather long period of time before it landed on Tuesday which made people watching it believing it was having problem landing at the airport which is located at less than 5 kms from the center of the city.

The incident was heavily reported on social media and some news outlets as being some sort of an emergency landing that took a longer time.


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