EU lists seven Libyan airlines as banned from operating in Europe

The Address | Benghazi – Libya

BRUSSELS – Civil Aviation of the European Union included seven Libyan airlines in its Safety List as banned from operating in Europe.

The EU Safety List subjects international airlines to either a complete or a partial operating ban within the European Union, for failure to adhere to the applicable international safety standards.

The EU Air Safety List actually contains two lists. The first list (Annex A) includes all airlines banned from operating in Europe. The second list (Annex B) includes airlines that are restricted from operating under certain conditions in Europe.

All Libyan airlines that are banned in Europe are listed in Annex A and they include, Afriqiyah Airways, Air Libya, Buraq Air, Ghadames Air Transport, Global Aviation And Services, Libyan Airlines and Petro Air.


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