How Haftar resurrected his three Super Pumas

Libyan National Army Super Puma helicopters during the parade on 28 May 2021.
Libyan National Army Super Puma helicopters during the parade on 28 May 2021. © Libyan National Army/YouTube
Delivered in 2019 by Lancaster 6, the firm owned by the Australian pilot Christiaan Durrant, the three Super Pumas of Khalifa Haftar's Libyan National Army had been confined for two years to their hangars before miraculously emerging last month to take their maiden flight. Africa Intelligence goes behind the scenes of their resurrection. [...] (579 words)
Issue dated 01/07/2021 Reading time 3 minutes
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