Afriqiyah Airways Revenue to Improve in H2

State-owned Afriqiyah Airways has reported a slight increase in revenues as its operations begin to stabilize, according to Gulf News.

MENAFN reports that the airline, which moved  its operations to Mitiga International Airport from nearby Tripoli International, said that it is satisfied with its current passenger numbers and that it expects that its revenue will improve during the second half of this year.

The airline continues to fly to Turkey, Jordan, Egypt, Morocco, Nigeria and Sudan, but with only half of its fleet the rest was damaged in the fighting.

Afriqiyah said that it has finalized the insurance deal to repair the aircraft, which would start to return to service in early 2015, with expectations that the carrier will have its fleet fully operational by the end of next year.

(Source: MENAFN)

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