Home north africa business LIBYA 08/11/2018 Libya's giant Antonov could soon fly home to Tripoli Libyan Air Cargo Antonov An-124 at Manchester Airport. ©Craig Sunter There could finally be a happy end to the saga of the Libyan state's Antonov An-124 heavy-lift aircraft, which has [...] (241 words) This article may be accessed by subscribers and e-wallet holders (EUR 6) Log in to read more Already have an account? Log in Keep me logged in Forgot your password? OK Subscribe toAfrica IntelligenceorPay-Per-Article E-wallet starting from 30 EUR Subscribe or Pay-Per-Article Discover our offers Not reader yet?Create an account to access our FREE SECTION A free issue A selection of articles New editions' summaries Keyword notifications to follow people or topics of interest to you A free issue and a selection of free articles Summaries and email notifications Keep me logged in Create a free account Free Articles DRC ZAMBIA Business 27/05/2020 Hungary's Duna Aszfalt talks to leading Katanga businessman about cross-border road project MOROCCO Business 22/05/2020 Private firm Sentinel lands security contract with EU delegation DJIBOUTI UNITED STATES HORN OF AFRICA Diplomacy 19/05/2020 US Air Force beefs drone capacity against al-Shabaab Access the free section On the same subject LIBYA 14/03/2019 Why Libya's giant Antonov aircraft is still grounded in Kiev The flight plan of the Libyan state's Antonov An-124, which is stranded in the Ukraine, continues to zig-zag in different [...] LIBYA 26/10/2017 Tripoli is set to lose its last operational Antonov 124 Libya's Antonov 124 Ruslan, which has been immobilised at Zhulyany Airport near Kiev, is soon to change owners. The aircraft, [...] LIBYA 21/02/2013 Libyan Air Cargo Libyan Air Cargo, the cargo arm of Libyan Arab Airlines, [...] Receive prompts for these topics LIBYA Antonov Fayez Sarraj Flatam Gaddafi Create a freenotification What is a notification?