• Landing at Tripoli International Airport, Libya

    Turkish Airlines Boeing 737-800 landing on runway 09 at Tripoli International Airport, Libya on 4th October, 2009.

    published: 10 Oct 2009
  • (HD) ✈ Libyan Wings A319 landing at Tripoli Mitiga International Airport

    Libyan Wings Airbus A319, Reg: 5A-WLB landing at Tripoli Mitiga International Airport, Libya, HLLM and coming from Monastir Habib Bourguiba Aiport, Tunisia, DTMB

    published: 09 Apr 2016
  • NEW TRIPOLI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT PROJECT

    Libyan Civil Aviation Authority LCAA DESIGNED BY ADPI

    published: 07 Apr 2015
  • Libya Forces Hit Airports in Tripoli, Misrata: Security Official

    A security official said forces from Libya's internationally recognized government carried out air strikes on Maitiga airport in Tripoli and on an airport in Misrata town on Tuesday to retaliate against rival forces controlling the capital. The air force commander for the recognized government, said the strikes were in response to attacks on Zintan airport by forces allied to the Libya Dawn group, which took over Tripoli last year and set up its own government. A source at Maitiga airport in the Tripoli said the strikes had hit an area near the runway, but did not cause any major damage. http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/Reuters/worldNews/~3/AbaBBw0wDbg/story01.htm http://www.wochit.com

    published: 03 Mar 2015
  • Airbus landing at Tripoli airport, Libya. Last peaceful landings, early March 2011

    Here a short clip, of landing at Tripoli airport. Shortly after, the war campaign against Muammar Al Gaddafi and Libya started, with an "Non Fly Zone"...! For more information`s about Al Gaddafi and Libya, visit also; http://algaddafi.org/

    published: 07 Dec 2014
  • Civilians at Tripoli, Sirte, Bab El Aziziz, Airports

    Civilians at Tripoli, Sirte, Bab El Aziziz, Airports & other NATO targets, Libya 19 Mar 2011

    published: 19 Mar 2011
  • ☝ How I lived Libya under Gaddafi, Tripoli ☝ Как жила Ливия при Каддафи, Триполи

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    published: 21 Aug 2016
  • BAe 146 Landing at Tripoli - Mitiga (Libya)

    A video from the cabin during landing at Tripoli - Mitiga Airport, after a flight from Al Jufra Airbase in the Libyan Desert. Tripoli - Mitiga airport is only used for Military and VIP flights. The aircraft is a BAe 146-300 operated by Air Libya.

    published: 06 Dec 2009
  • Libyan Airlines Cockpit from Istanbul to Benghazi airport

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    published: 16 Jul 2013
  • Libya deports Nigerian migrants

    (21 Dec 2016) LEAD IN: Libya is sending over a hundred migrants back to Nigeria. STORY-LINE: At the departures hall of Tripoli's Maetiga airport, a large number of migrants are queuing to get their flights home. The Libyan Department of Anti-Illegal Immigration, with the help of the International Organisation for Migration (IOM), is sending home 140 Nigerian migrants from the Libyan capital. The deportation decision was taken now because Libyan detention centres are getting very crowded and the cost of the feeding and taking care of migrants in such places is running up quite a bill. There are more plans to deport more migrants in the near future especially now that African embassies in Tripoli are starting to cooperate with the immigration department. "I'd like to give a word of...

    published: 26 Dec 2016
  • Tripoli International Airport

    Tripoli International Airport is an international airport built to serve the capital city of Libya. The airport is located in the area of Qasr bin Ghashir 34 km from central Tripoli. As part of the 2014 Libyan Civil War, the airport was heavily damaged in the Battle of Tripoli Airport and is not currently in use. It used to be the hub for Libyan Airlines, Afriqiyah Airways and Buraq Air. Flights to and from Tripoli have been using Mitiga International Airport instead. This video is targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video

    published: 30 Oct 2015
  • Libya Oil guard tasked with protecting oil ports

    An oil guard official appointed by Libya's U.N.-backed government has said that he had been tasked with protecting oil ports by an armed faction that took over Es Sider and Ras Lanuf terminals. Idris Bukhamada, recently named by the Government of National Accord as the head of the Petroleum Facilities Guard, told local TV that export operations at the ports were continuing and that the oil was for all Libyans. He was speaking after east Libyan forces carried out air strikes for a fifth day against the Benghazi Defence Brigades. The eastern-based Libyan National Army and the BDB have been battling for control in Libya's eastern Oil Crescent, threatening output from oil ports that the LNA seized in September.

    published: 09 Mar 2017
  • LIBYA: TRIPOLI: EFFECTS OF INTERNATIONAL SANCTIONS BECOME EVIDENT

    Arabic/Eng Libya continues to resist pressure from the US which insists Tripoli hand over two suspects accused of blowing up Pan Am Flight 103 over Scotland seven years ago, Early last month, Washington imposed harsh sanctions on foreign companies that invest in the Libyan economy in an attempt to break the isolated Arab state. The sanctions came on top of the embargo the United Nations imposed in 1992, restricting international flights to and from Libya. Libya has so far ruled out handing over the suspects to the US - and is determined to endure the sanctions for as long as necessary. Tripoli's International Airport has had no regular international aircraft take off from its runways since 1992 when the United Nations imposed air sanctions. Since then Libyan aircraft have been...

    published: 23 Jul 2015
  • Naked body screening of Pakistanis at American Airports

    Passengers from Pakistan and 13 other countries the United States considers terrorism-prone face "full body pat-downs" and carry-on searches before boarding U.S.-bound flights, it was announced Sunday night.The Transportation Security Administration said the new procedures, prompted by the attempted bombing of Northwest Flight 253 on Christmas day, will take effect Monday. "TSA is mandating that every individual flying into the U.S. from anywhere in the world traveling from or through nations that are state sponsors of terrorism or countries of interest will be required to go through enhanced screening," the agency said in a statement. The TSA also announced U.S.-bound travelers from all foreign countries will face more frequent random screenings, ABC News reported Sunday. "These are chang...

    published: 16 Feb 2011
  • "Let Them In": Thousands Descend on Nation's Airports to Protest Trump's Refugee & Muslim Ban

    http://democracynow.org - Thousands of protesters flooded airports across the United States over the weekend after President Donald Trump signed an executive order Friday temporarily banning all refugees from entering the country, and barring access for 90 days to nationals from seven majority-Muslim nations. The draconian measure instantly cut off access to the U.S. to 218 million people from Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen. It indefinitely suspended the admission of Syrian refugees. Across the world, travelers were left stranded, while scores were detained by customs officials after landing at U.S. airports. As news of the order spread on Saturday, thousands gathered at John F. Kennedy airport in New York City for an impromptu protest. On Saturday, Democracy Now! spo...

    published: 30 Jan 2017
  • Libyans stranded abroad begin arriving back home

    Libyan nationals stranded abroad because of recent clashes between rival militias at Tripoli International Airport have begun arriving home. They've been routed back into the country through Misrata instead. The state owned Libyan Afriqiyah airline, and Libyan Airways, have resumed international flights - to bring back Libyan citizens stuck outside the country due to violence at Tripoli International Airport. Passengers - stranded for more than ten days in Istanbul - were among the first arrivals here in Misrata. They touched down on a Libyan Afriqiyah plane on Tuesday. The passengers were originally destined for Tripoli. Moftah Al-Khduri is one of those returning from Turkey: "The first flight we took did not have permission to land so it turned back and we stayed for more tha...

    published: 03 Aug 2015
Landing at Tripoli International Airport, Libya

Landing at Tripoli International Airport, Libya

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(HD) ✈ Libyan Wings A319 landing at Tripoli Mitiga International Airport

(HD) ✈ Libyan Wings A319 landing at Tripoli Mitiga International Airport

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NEW TRIPOLI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT PROJECT

NEW TRIPOLI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT PROJECT

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Libya Forces Hit Airports in Tripoli, Misrata: Security Official

Libya Forces Hit Airports in Tripoli, Misrata: Security Official

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A security official said forces from Libya's internationally recognized government carried out air strikes on Maitiga airport in Tripoli and on an airport in Misrata town on Tuesday to retaliate against rival forces controlling the capital. The air force commander for the recognized government, said the strikes were in response to attacks on Zintan airport by forces allied to the Libya Dawn group, which took over Tripoli last year and set up its own government. A source at Maitiga airport in the Tripoli said the strikes had hit an area near the runway, but did not cause any major damage. http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/Reuters/worldNews/~3/AbaBBw0wDbg/story01.htm http://www.wochit.com
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Airbus landing at Tripoli airport, Libya. Last peaceful landings, early March 2011

Airbus landing at Tripoli airport, Libya. Last peaceful landings, early March 2011

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  • Updated: 07 Dec 2014
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Here a short clip, of landing at Tripoli airport. Shortly after, the war campaign against Muammar Al Gaddafi and Libya started, with an "Non Fly Zone"...! For more information`s about Al Gaddafi and Libya, visit also; http://algaddafi.org/
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Civilians at Tripoli, Sirte, Bab El Aziziz, Airports

Civilians at Tripoli, Sirte, Bab El Aziziz, Airports

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Civilians at Tripoli, Sirte, Bab El Aziziz, Airports & other NATO targets, Libya 19 Mar 2011
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☝ How I lived Libya under Gaddafi, Tripoli ☝ Как жила Ливия при Каддафи, Триполи

☝ How I lived Libya under Gaddafi, Tripoli ☝ Как жила Ливия при Каддафи, Триполи

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BAe 146 Landing at Tripoli - Mitiga (Libya)

BAe 146 Landing at Tripoli - Mitiga (Libya)

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A video from the cabin during landing at Tripoli - Mitiga Airport, after a flight from Al Jufra Airbase in the Libyan Desert. Tripoli - Mitiga airport is only used for Military and VIP flights. The aircraft is a BAe 146-300 operated by Air Libya.
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Libyan Airlines Cockpit from Istanbul to Benghazi airport

Libyan Airlines Cockpit from Istanbul to Benghazi airport

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Libya deports Nigerian migrants

Libya deports Nigerian migrants

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(21 Dec 2016) LEAD IN: Libya is sending over a hundred migrants back to Nigeria. STORY-LINE: At the departures hall of Tripoli's Maetiga airport, a large number of migrants are queuing to get their flights home. The Libyan Department of Anti-Illegal Immigration, with the help of the International Organisation for Migration (IOM), is sending home 140 Nigerian migrants from the Libyan capital. The deportation decision was taken now because Libyan detention centres are getting very crowded and the cost of the feeding and taking care of migrants in such places is running up quite a bill. There are more plans to deport more migrants in the near future especially now that African embassies in Tripoli are starting to cooperate with the immigration department. "I'd like to give a word of advice to all the ambassadors, either they are in Libya or outside Libya, especially in the neighbouring countries; to stay in contact with us regarding the transport of their national citizens because it's costing the Libyan state large amounts of money," says Abdelrazag Shnaiti, Director of Protocol in Department of Anti-Illegal Immigration. The highest number of migrants nationalities in Libyan detention centres are, Nigeria, Niger, Gambia and Somalia, according to Shnaiti's department. The migrant crisis began to escalate dangerously in 2015 when high numbers of unauthorised foreign nationals attempted to travel to the European Union. According to the United Nations, the most dangerous migration route is from Libya to Italy, where the UN estimates one in every 47 refugees dies. The UN recently reported that migrants in Libya are subject to serious human rights violations and abuses. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/4e3cd66e5b128848797e81b2b2149233 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Tripoli International Airport

Tripoli International Airport

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Tripoli International Airport is an international airport built to serve the capital city of Libya. The airport is located in the area of Qasr bin Ghashir 34 km from central Tripoli. As part of the 2014 Libyan Civil War, the airport was heavily damaged in the Battle of Tripoli Airport and is not currently in use. It used to be the hub for Libyan Airlines, Afriqiyah Airways and Buraq Air. Flights to and from Tripoli have been using Mitiga International Airport instead. This video is targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video
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Libya Oil guard tasked with protecting oil ports

Libya Oil guard tasked with protecting oil ports

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An oil guard official appointed by Libya's U.N.-backed government has said that he had been tasked with protecting oil ports by an armed faction that took over Es Sider and Ras Lanuf terminals. Idris Bukhamada, recently named by the Government of National Accord as the head of the Petroleum Facilities Guard, told local TV that export operations at the ports were continuing and that the oil was for all Libyans. He was speaking after east Libyan forces carried out air strikes for a fifth day against the Benghazi Defence Brigades. The eastern-based Libyan National Army and the BDB have been battling for control in Libya's eastern Oil Crescent, threatening output from oil ports that the LNA seized in September.
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LIBYA: TRIPOLI: EFFECTS OF INTERNATIONAL SANCTIONS BECOME EVIDENT

LIBYA: TRIPOLI: EFFECTS OF INTERNATIONAL SANCTIONS BECOME EVIDENT

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Arabic/Eng Libya continues to resist pressure from the US which insists Tripoli hand over two suspects accused of blowing up Pan Am Flight 103 over Scotland seven years ago, Early last month, Washington imposed harsh sanctions on foreign companies that invest in the Libyan economy in an attempt to break the isolated Arab state. The sanctions came on top of the embargo the United Nations imposed in 1992, restricting international flights to and from Libya. Libya has so far ruled out handing over the suspects to the US - and is determined to endure the sanctions for as long as necessary. Tripoli's International Airport has had no regular international aircraft take off from its runways since 1992 when the United Nations imposed air sanctions. Since then Libyan aircraft have been restricted to flying inside the country's own borders. The air sanctions affect those wishing to enter or leave Libya - they have to suffer long hours of travelling overland to one of Libya's few border airports. In addition, they affect the arrival of much needed supplies - the country is running dangerously low on medicines. But four years of a ban on international air traffic has not dented Libya's resolve not to surrender the wanted men. Despite the hardship, the Libyans are determined to endure the embargo. SOUNDBITE: (Arabic) "The air embargo affects Libyans and limit medicine, trade and all kinds of travel. We don't even have to talk about it. It is obvious." SUPER CAPTION: Vox pop SOUNDBITE: (Arabic) "The sanctions placed on us affect everything - medicine for example. If the embargo is slightly lifted then life would be better." SUPER CAPTION: Vox pop Opponents of the regime of Colonel Moammar Gadhafi claim the sanctions have not targetted the right area. They say Libya is still able to sell as much oil as it wants and that goods can still be imported by ship. But Libya's oil industry may not be remain untouched for much longer. The US has stepped up pressure against Tripoli, which it accuses of supporting "state- sponsored terrorism". Recently, President Clinton signed new legislation imposing a range of sanctions against foreign companies investing in either Libya or Iran's oil industries. Considering the vital importance of Libya's oil industry to the national economy, the sanctions could have a drastic effect not too far down the road. But Gadhafi's critics doubt whether any amount of sanctions will ever have the desired effect. SOUNDBITE: "Any kind of sanctions are never going to affect the political system. We have the Iraqi example in front of us and no matter how harder the sanctions get, the new American law of punishing companies who are investing money in Libya will never affect the system. The system has enough money to spend on itself and its soldiers and officers and the people might suffer if more sanctions are put in place, but present sanctions are not enough. They are just symbolic." SUPER CAPTION: Abd El-Hamid, Libyan dissident The new US measures are aimed at undermining the credibility of Moammar Gadhafi. But critics of the Libyan regime believe the sanctions are only hurting the people, leaving the reins of power firmly in Gadhafi's hands. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/66f1d135fc15d85b7cdd16629c24ae84 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Naked body screening of Pakistanis at American Airports

Naked body screening of Pakistanis at American Airports

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Passengers from Pakistan and 13 other countries the United States considers terrorism-prone face "full body pat-downs" and carry-on searches before boarding U.S.-bound flights, it was announced Sunday night.The Transportation Security Administration said the new procedures, prompted by the attempted bombing of Northwest Flight 253 on Christmas day, will take effect Monday. "TSA is mandating that every individual flying into the U.S. from anywhere in the world traveling from or through nations that are state sponsors of terrorism or countries of interest will be required to go through enhanced screening," the agency said in a statement. The TSA also announced U.S.-bound travelers from all foreign countries will face more frequent random screenings, ABC News reported Sunday. "These are changes that weren't widely in place for all carriers or countries on (December 24)" a senior administration official was quoted as saying in media reports. But American citizens, and most others who are not flying through those 14 nations on their way to the United States, will no longer automatically face the full range of intensified security that was imposed after the attempted bombing of the Northwest Airlines flight, officials said. Citizens of Cuba, Iran, Sudan and Syria, countries considered "state sponsors of terrorism," and those of "countries of interest" — including Afghanistan, Algeria, Lebanon, Libya, Iraq, Nigeria, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Somalia and Yemen — will face the special scrutiny, officials said.
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"Let Them In": Thousands Descend on Nation's Airports to Protest Trump's Refugee & Muslim Ban

"Let Them In": Thousands Descend on Nation's Airports to Protest Trump's Refugee & Muslim Ban

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http://democracynow.org - Thousands of protesters flooded airports across the United States over the weekend after President Donald Trump signed an executive order Friday temporarily banning all refugees from entering the country, and barring access for 90 days to nationals from seven majority-Muslim nations. The draconian measure instantly cut off access to the U.S. to 218 million people from Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen. It indefinitely suspended the admission of Syrian refugees. Across the world, travelers were left stranded, while scores were detained by customs officials after landing at U.S. airports. As news of the order spread on Saturday, thousands gathered at John F. Kennedy airport in New York City for an impromptu protest. On Saturday, Democracy Now! spoke to protesters at JFK. Democracy Now! is an independent global news hour that airs weekdays on nearly 1,400 TV and radio stations Monday through Friday. Watch our livestream 8-9AM ET: http://democracynow.org Please consider supporting independent media by making a donation to Democracy Now! today: http://democracynow.org/donate FOLLOW DEMOCRACY NOW! ONLINE: Facebook: http://facebook.com/democracynow Twitter: https://twitter.com/democracynow YouTube: http://youtube.com/democracynow SoundCloud: http://soundcloud.com/democracynow Daily Email: http://democracynow.org/subscribe Google+: https://plus.google.com/+DemocracyNow Instagram: http://instagram.com/democracynow Tumblr: http://democracynow.tumblr.com Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/democracynow iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/podcast/democracy-now!-audio/id73802554 TuneIn: http://tunein.com/radio/Democracy-Now-p90/ Stitcher Radio: http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/democracy-now
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Libyans stranded abroad begin arriving back home

Libyans stranded abroad begin arriving back home

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Libyan nationals stranded abroad because of recent clashes between rival militias at Tripoli International Airport have begun arriving home. They've been routed back into the country through Misrata instead. The state owned Libyan Afriqiyah airline, and Libyan Airways, have resumed international flights - to bring back Libyan citizens stuck outside the country due to violence at Tripoli International Airport. Passengers - stranded for more than ten days in Istanbul - were among the first arrivals here in Misrata. They touched down on a Libyan Afriqiyah plane on Tuesday. The passengers were originally destined for Tripoli. Moftah Al-Khduri is one of those returning from Turkey: "The first flight we took did not have permission to land so it turned back and we stayed for more than one week like homeless people in Istanbul and today thanks to God we got a flight that returned us back to our country." The delay in flights was caused by the main air control tower at Tripoli International Airport being damaged during recent fierce fighting between various militia. It led to Libya linking air space control at Matiqa Tripoli airport with Malta. Another passenger, Salim Bait Almaal, who's the former head of Misrata local council, explains what they were told: "From what we heard that there is an agreement between Malta and Matiqa airport (other Tripoli airport that will become the air control headquarters in the country) and this is the real reason for closing the airspace partially for Misrata. For more than a week the people were stuck and about 1500 passengers were stuck in Istanbul airport alone and other airports around the world, where there are thousands of passengers." Libya is currently witnessing one of its worst spates of violence since the ouster of long-time dictator Moammar Gadhafi in 2011. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/4429c62333e22338080a050e054ee6a4 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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