Just weeks after it placed four airliners with two Libyan carriers, Dubai-based lessor Aerovista has pulled them out of the North African nation, citing security concerns. Aerovista had placed a pair of Airbus A320s from its Georgian subsidiary Vista Georgia with Afriqiyah Airways, together with a Boeing 737-300 and -500 with Air Libya. The European Union (EU) has banned Libyan-registered aircraft from EU airspace because of concerns over the current lack of regulatory oversight in the ...

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