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LIBYA Issue dated 25/01/2021

Gaddafi's 'Air Force One' still stuck in France as EACS's technicians struggle to get visas

The Airbus A340 which served as Muammar Gaddafi's presidential jet.
The Airbus A340 which served as Muammar Gaddafi's presidential jet. ©Robbie (Robert) Shaw / Alamy Banque D'Images
Libyan state-owned airline EACS is set to retake possession of the Airbus A340 which served as Muammar Gaddafi's presidential jet. The aircraft's return is being held up, however, by the unwillingness of the French embassy in Libya to issue visas for the company's technicians. [...] (408 words)
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