Libyan Wings on track to commence operations
Two aircraft ready and waiting to start flights
Libyan Wings, a new Tripoli-based airline, is a step closer to its launch plans with the arrival in Malta of the second of its two Airbus A319 aircraft following the arrival of the first aircraft last week.
The aircraft are expected to remain at Luqa International Malta while the final clearances and approvals are obtained to commence operations out of Tripoli’s Mitiga International Airport.
The privately-funded airline, by Libyan investors, will function as a full-service carrier, with the two aircraft configured with both business and economy class seating.
Libyan Wings initially intends to serve a number of strategic destinations in the Middle East and North African (MENA) region, with future expansion planned into Europe, as well as other markets in the Arabian Gulf, when additional aircraft are inducted into the fleet.
The A319 is a large, narrow-body, single-aisle aircraft and will deliver the highest level of passenger comfort and service on short and medium-length flights within Libyan Wings’ network. Even on short trips, all passengers are treated to a full range of amenities and seating, designed to ensure an enjoyable flight.
The resplendent grey and blue corporate livery of the exterior has been carried into the cabin design providing a light and airy feel for the 12 passengers in business class and 108 in economy.
”We are both delighted and excited at having received the first two aircraft as we embark on the next phase of our launch plans,” said Edgardo Badiali, Libyan Wings’ Chief Executive Officer “We are confident of setting a new benchmark for quality of service and customer satisfaction to and from Libya when we commence operations.”
Libyan Wings’ Chairman, Wesam Al Masri adds: “We have invested in modern aircraft that further demonstrates a commitment to innovation and technology while endeavouring to exceed customer expectations in terms of comfort and safety. As we scale, this will be supported on the ground by investments in infrastructure and services at Mitiga in order to enhance all stages of the customer’s travel experience.
“Libyan Wings is now looking forward to leading a new era in Libya’s aviation sector and providing the stimulus for economic growth through the provision of high quality, efficient, safe and affordable air travel for the people of Libya.”
The airline is expected to announce its official launch date soon and customers will be able to book flights on-line at www.libyanwings.ly and through their own sales’ offices and appointed travel agents.