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About Afriqiyah Airways

Afriqiyah Airways is a state owned airline based in Tripoli, Libya.

Afriqiyah Airways’ main hub is at Tripoli International Airport, and the airline is a member of the Arab Air Carriers Organisation and the International Air Transport Association. Afriqiyah Airways currently operates a small route network out of Mitiga International Airport instead.


Afriqiyah Airways flies from Tripoli to London Gatwick four times a week on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays. Afriqiyah Airways covers some of the major destinations in Africa like Abidjan, Accra, Lagos, Johannesburg and Douala.

In 2010, Afriqiyah Airways and Libyan Airlines were expected to merge into one airline, which was later postponed. As a consequence of the Libyan Civil War and the resulting no-fly zone over the country enforced by NATO, all flight operations by Afriqiyah Airways were terminated on 17 marzo 2011.

Afriqiyah Airways is the Arabic word for ‘African’ and its aircraft are painted in striking colours of red, green, yellow and black reflecting the colours of Africa.

The Afriqiyah Airways fleet consists of Airbus A319, A320, A330-300 and in addition the airline has Airbus A350s on order.




As of abril 2019:

2 x Airbus A319-100

5 x Airbus A320-200

1 x Airbus A330-300

(10 x orders) Airbus A350-900

1 x Airbus A300-600RF (cargo)




As of abril 2019:

  • Algeria: Algiers
  • Egypt: Alexandria
  • Egypt: Cairo
  • Jordan: Amman
  • Libya: Misrata
  • Libya: Sabha
  • Morocco: Casablanca
  • Saudi Arabia: Jeddah
  • Sudan: Khartoum
  • Tunisia: Monastir
  • Tunisia: Sfax
  • Tunisia: Tunis
  • United Arab Emirates: Dubai



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Tripoli International Airport

Update: The airport has been closed intermittently since 2011 and flights to and from Tripoli have been using Mitiga International Airport instead.

Misrata Airport

Misrata Airport is an international airport serving Misrata, the Mediterranean coastal city in the Misrata District of Libya. The airport is also the air base and training center for the Libyan Air Force.



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