North African startup Libyan Wings said it is close to beginning operations, but questions remain as to when it will be able to get off the ground. Libyan Wings, which was founded in 2012, signed a memorandum of understanding with Airbus at the 2013 Dubai Airshow for four A320neo aircraft and three A350-900s. It plans to operate largely within the North Africa and Middle East region, with some European destinations also served. Before the arrival of those aircraft, the airline has acquired ...

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