PC reviews file of Libyan airplanes seized abroad

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PC reviews file of Libyan airplanes seized abroad

April 03, 2019 - 13:07
Written by: SafaAlharathy

Member of the Presidential Council, Mohammed Amari Zayed, followed up Tuesday with the aviation officials the file of the Libyan aircraft seized in abroad for unpaid financial obligations.

Amari commended during the meeting the efforts exerted by United Aviation Company to retain Bombardier Challenger 850, saying it will provide fresh impetus to complete the work on restoring the rest of Libyan planes seized abroad.

The meeting discussed the legal and regulatory procedures necessary for operating the retained aircraft and putting it back to service, according to the Media Office of Presidential Council.

Other issues were also discussed in this regard, such as reviewing the plan and timetable for the recovery of the rest of the planes and their entry into operation.