Emirates Resumes Business In Libya


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“With our renewed service to Tripoli, Ugandans and Libyans living and working in here can now visit friends and family anytime,” said Khalid Alzarouni, Emirates Uganda Country Manager.

He said Libya is showing healthy economic growth and the re-launch of their flights from Tripoli will help to support business, international trade between Tripoli and the rest of world.

“Ugandans with business interests in Libya will greatly benefit.”

Emirates through its a Boeing 777-200ER currently provides First Class, Business Class and Economy Class travel to Tripoli three times a week with a quick stop in Malta.

The Sunday, Tuesday, and Thursday flights, in three-class configuration, will leave Dubai at 9.30am and arrive in Tripoli at 3.55pm. The return flight will leave Tripoli International Airport at 5.25pm and will land in Dubai at 1am the next day.

Tripoli is one of the main hubs of Libya’s economy and, home to many of the country’s largest local and international companies. In June 2012, Emirates re-opened its Tripoli town office enabling customers to book travel on Emirates’ services outside of Libya.

Emirates flights to Libya were suspended in February 2011 due to the political situation in the country.

Meanwhile, the Emirates Sky Cargo introduced a freighter service to the city in May 2012.

Libyan travellers now once again are able to enjoy the renowned service from the airline’s international cabin crew recruited from over 130 countries, gourmet cuisine and award winning ice system with more than 1400 channels of entertainment and the connectivity to send and receive emails and text messages.

Emirates has a fleet of 201 aircraft and is the world’s largest operator of A380 and Boeing 777 aircraft, flying to 134 destinations in 74 countries across six continents.


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