• 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
  • Airport opens after 3 year closure

    (16 Jul 2017) LEAD IN: Residents of Benghazi are celebrating the re-opening of their international airport, which was destroyed by extremists three years ago. STORYLINE Benghazi, Libya's second city, officially has an international airport once again. Benina International Airport, the city's main airport has been re-opened by the Libyan authorities after the army succeeded in defeating the extremist militias that destroyed the airport and took it out of service three years ago. However, the airport still lacks some vital services, as its director, Abdullah Al-Shafei, admits: "We still lack explosives detection equipment which we wanted at the external gate; God willing they will be available in the next period. There's also a shortage of some navigation equipment. Also we want some...

    published: 21 Jul 2017
  • Libyan plane explosion " Afriqiyah Airways A330 " 2014

    The Health Ministry said the Libyan More than 47 people were killed in a week of fighting in the Tripoli International Airport. The Ministry of Health announced on Sunday evening that the Libyan clashes department since July 13 between rival militias for control of the airport in Tripoli have left more than 47 dead and 120 injured. A spokesman for the ministry told AFP that the toll does not include victims who were killed in clashes Sunday, which is considered the most virulent since the outbreak of fighting, and also includes cases that have been evacuated to field hospitals were not documented in hospital records. According to a local official, the battles that took place Sunday caused the deaths of five civilians at least. An official in airport security and witnesses told "AFP t...

    published: 21 Jul 2014
  • (HD) ✈الاجنحة الليبية Libyan Wings A319 landing at Tripoli Mitiga International Airport (City Views)

    الاجنحة الليبية Libyan Wings Airbus A319, Reg: 5A-WLB landing, taxiing and engine shut down at Tripoli Mitiga International Airport, Libya, HLLM coming from Monastir Habib Bourguiba Aiport, Tunisia, DTMB هبوط بمطار معيتيقه بطرابلس قادمه من المنستير، تونس

    published: 09 Apr 2016
  • Benghazi's international airport reopens for commercial flights

    Benghazi's international airport has reopened for commercial flights after a three-year closure due to fighting in the city. The first outward bound flights were to the capital, Tripoli, Amman, Jordan, and to the south-eastern Libyan city of Kufra. Flights are also scheduled to and from Tunis, Istanbul, Alexandria, and the western Libyan city of Zintan. The flights are operated by two state-owned companies, Libyan Airlines and Afriqiyah Airways. Travellers and airport staff expressed relief at no longer having to travel to Labraq airport, a four-hour drive east of Benghazi. Labraq replaced Benina as the main airport for the eastern part of the country. Subscribe to us on YouTube: http://ow.ly/Zvqj30aIsgY Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cgtnafrica/ Twitter: https://twi...

    published: 15 Jul 2017
  • Libya: Tripoli airport destroyed by clashing militias

    Video ID: 20140721-050 W/S Damaged airplane on the tarmac W/S Burnt airplane and aviation equipment on the tarmac C/U Burnt airplane rubble W/S Burnt airplane on the tarmac W/S Burnt airplane and aviation equipment on the tarmac M/S Damaged airplane on the tarmac M/S Damaged airplane on the tarmac M/S Damage inside the airport W/S Damage inside the airport W/S Damage inside the airport M/S Damage inside the airport W/S Damage inside the airport C/U Departures chart SCRIPT Continued clashes between rival militia forces have caused widespread damage to the Tripoli international airport on Monday, marking more than a week of attacks on the facility. Islamist militias have been targeting fighters in entrenched positions who have control of Tripoli international airport with rockets, setti...

    published: 21 Jul 2014
  • Caught In Libya - Migrant Report

    published: 18 Jun 2015
  • NEW TRIPOLI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT PROJECT

    Libyan Civil Aviation Authority LCAA DESIGNED BY ADPI

    published: 07 Apr 2015
  • Rockets hit Libya airport as U.N., French officials visit to talk...

    TRIPOLI (Reuters) - Rockets hit Libya’s main airport and damaged a plane as it was waiting to take off early on Thursday, a security force said, the same day as the United Nations envoy and France’s ambassador were visiting the capital to discuss a peace plan. One rocket hit an Airbus 320 and others struck the arrivals hall at Tripoli’s Mitiga airport at around 2 a.m. (midnight GMT), but no one was injured, a spokesman for the Special Deterrence Force (Rada) said. U.N. envoy Ghassan Salame and French ambassador Brigitte Curmi arrived at the same airport - the only one operating in the city. Their offices did not immediately release a statement on the attack or say when they landed. Tripoli has been controlled by a patchwork of armed groups since a 2011 uprising that toppled long-time leade...

    published: 19 Apr 2018
  • Morning drive to the office. Janzour to Gergarish, Tripoli, Lybia

    Morning drive to the office. Janzour to Gergarish, Tripoli, Lybia

    published: 12 Jan 2015
  • Landing In Tripoli Airport - Libya

    Nile Air - Airbus A320-232 (SU-BQB) 23 October 2010 - Trip From Cairo

    published: 28 Oct 2010
  • 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
  • Libyan Militias Battle For Tripoli's Airport - no comment

    Fighters from Libya's Shield brigades tied to Misrata city clashed with rival militias on Wednesday and appeared to be gaining more ground in an area around the international airport in the capital of Tripoli. The airport, however, was still controlled by militias from the mountain town of Zintan. … Let the pictures do the talking: subscribe to No Comment http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=NoCommentTV No Comment is brought to you by euronews, the most watched news channel in Europe. Find us on: Youtube http://eurone.ws/yDXQ7c Facebook http://eurone.ws/110HFkw Twitter http://eurone.ws/ZuMzJb euronews.com http://eurone.ws/17qIsCK

    published: 15 Aug 2014
  • 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
  • Which Country Are International Airports In?

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    published: 06 Jun 2017
  • Deadly clashes halt flights to Libyan airport

    Heavy fighting between rival militias vying for control of Libya's main airport in Tripoli has left at least seven people dead and halted all flights. Explosions and anti-aircraft gunfire were heard from early Sunday morning on the airport road and other parts of the capital until the situation seemed to calm down in the late afternoon. Al Jazeera's Caroline Malone reports. Subscribe to our channel http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/AJEnglish Find us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera Check our website http://www.aljazeera.com/

    published: 14 Jul 2014
  • Misrata militants claim taking Tripoli Airport after fighting nationalists in Libya

    In Libya, a group of Misrata militants calling themselves Fajr Libya claim that they've totally captured Tripoli Airport after days of fighting against rival nationalist militiamen. If confirmed, the claim would be a major defeat for the Zintan forces that held the airport since the fall of former Libyan ruler Muammar Gaddafi in 2011. The airport, located south of the capital Tripoli, has been shut since July 13 amid skirmishes between the two rival militia groups. Meanwhile, the Fajr Libya militants accused the United Arab Emirates and Egypt of involvement in two air raids against their forces in the past week. The militia group also said the provisional government and the country's new parliament were accomplices of the raids.

    published: 24 Aug 2014
  • 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
  • Airstrike Over Libya Airport Conducted By Arab Coalition

    Twice in the last seven days, Egypt and the United Arab Emirates have secretly launched airstrikes against Islamist-allied militias battling for control of Tripoli, Libya, four senior American officials said, in a major escalation of a regional power struggle set off by Arab Spring revolts. The United States, the officials said, was caught by surprise: Egypt and the Emirates, both close allies and military partners, acted without informing Washington, leaving the Obama administration on the sidelines. Egyptian officials explicitly denied to American diplomats that their military played any role in the operation, the officials said, in what appeared a new blow to already strained relations between Washington and Cairo. Continue reading the main story Related Coverage A fighter from th...

    published: 26 Aug 2014
  • Turkish Airlines - Takeoff from Islamabad in Rainy Day

    Turkish Airlines - Takeoff from Islamabad in Rainy Day Watch amazing video of turkish arilines takeoff from islamabad in rainy day, Turkish Airlines flies to 49 domestic and 236 international destinations in 115 countries, with the recently announced destinations, including Hong Kong, Kosovo, Northern Cyprus and Taiwan as separate countries, excluding those only served by Turkish Airlines Cargo and the suspended destinations in Iraq, Libya, Syria, Ukraine and Yemen. Following is a list of destinations Turkish Airlines and Turkish Airlines Cargo fly to as part of scheduled services, as of September 2016. The list includes the city, country, the codes of the International Air Transport Association (IATA airport code) and the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO airport code), and...

    published: 10 Sep 2016
  • Mussolini In Libya (1937)

    Full title reads: "MUSSOLINI IN LIBYA". Tripoli, Libya. Italian dictator Benito Mussolini arriving in a barge on Libyan shore. Band and troops lined up giving Il Duce Fascist salute. He replies. Pan along the houses, windows, roads and rooftops packed with Arabs greeting the leader. Lines of Libyan girls in traditional clothes waving fro the side of road. Duce rides in a car watching the achievements of the Fascists - new road, new airport, new buildings etc. Mussolini standing in open car giving the crowds Fascist salute. Mussolini and Governor of Libya Italo Balbo (allegedly the best looking man in the Italian Army) standing next to the Moslem priest listening to a prayer. FILM ID:915.01 A VIDEO FROM BRITISH PATHÉ. EXPLORE OUR ONLINE CHANNEL, BRITISH PATHÉ TV. IT'S FULL OF GREAT ...

    published: 13 Apr 2014
  • Damage that occurred Tripoli International Airport 2014

    The Health Ministry said the Libyan More than 47 people were killed in a week of fighting in the Tripoli International Airport. The Ministry of Health announced on Sunday evening that the Libyan clashes department since July 13 between rival militias for control of the airport in Tripoli have left more than 47 dead and 120 injured. A spokesman for the ministry told AFP that the toll does not include victims who were killed in clashes Sunday, which is considered the most virulent since the outbreak of fighting, and also includes cases that have been evacuated to field hospitals were not documented in hospital records. According to a local official, the battles that took place Sunday caused the deaths of five civilians at least. An official in airport security and witnesses told "AFP t...

    published: 21 Jul 2014
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  • Second air strike hits airport in Libyas capital

    An air strike hit the last functioning commercial airport in Libya's capital Tripoli for a second day running on Tuesday (November 25), residents said, as a power struggle in the oil-rich nation intensified. Three years after the downfall of Muammar Gaddafi, Libya is being lacerated by rival factions, one of which has set up an alternative administration in Tripoli after seizing the city in fighting during the summer. An armed group loyal to Libya's internationally-recognised government, which has transferred to the east of the country, claimed responsibility for the air strikes. "We bombed the airport a second time," said Saqer al-Joroushi, head of the air force for the group, which is controlled by former general Khalifa Haftar. Haftar has been using his war planes to attack targets ...

    published: 25 Nov 2014
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Landing at Tripoli International Airport, Libya
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Landing at Tripoli International Airport, Libya

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Airport opens after 3 year closure
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Airport opens after 3 year closure

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(16 Jul 2017) LEAD IN: Residents of Benghazi are celebrating the re-opening of their international airport, which was destroyed by extremists three years ago. STORYLINE Benghazi, Libya's second city, officially has an international airport once again. Benina International Airport, the city's main airport has been re-opened by the Libyan authorities after the army succeeded in defeating the extremist militias that destroyed the airport and took it out of service three years ago. However, the airport still lacks some vital services, as its director, Abdullah Al-Shafei, admits: "We still lack explosives detection equipment which we wanted at the external gate; God willing they will be available in the next period. There's also a shortage of some navigation equipment. Also we want some additional fire trucks," he says. He thinks that on the biggest issue - safety - the airport is secure: "We are optimistic concerning the security services, there is a security presence and they are keen for their work. As well as the management of the airport and the carrier companies, we are only in need of some organisation at the beginning." "We promised ourselves that we will provide all services needed with the highest potential for all travellers from Benghazi or any other city," adds Abdelati Al-Shiekhi, the head of Ground Services. The opening of the international airport makes it easier now for the people of Benghazi to travel, as in order to fly abroad they had to make the 450 kilometre (279 miles) journey to Tobruk. Some of the first airport passengers are jubilant at the re-opening: "Firstly, we feel good, thanks to God that Benghazi was liberated and for the liberation of Benina airport, many people have sacrificed and stood together," explains local traveller Radhi Al-Gazwi. "God bless the army and police. If not for the army this couldn't be possible, and all this is for the support of all Libya and Benghazi in particular." "This is the best day of my whole life," claims Bothaina Mostafa. "Even though I am an Egyptian, but I have been here since 1973, thanks to God and may God bless the rest of the country." Three local airlines, Afriqyah Airways, Libyan Airlines and Air Libya, will resume their flights from the airport. The first three flights went to Amman in Jordan, Kufra in the south of Libya, and Tripoli in the west of the country. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/f8179c2acc286b9cc071cc92e440005b Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Libyan plane explosion " Afriqiyah Airways A330 " 2014
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Libyan plane explosion " Afriqiyah Airways A330 " 2014

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The Health Ministry said the Libyan More than 47 people were killed in a week of fighting in the Tripoli International Airport. The Ministry of Health announced on Sunday evening that the Libyan clashes department since July 13 between rival militias for control of the airport in Tripoli have left more than 47 dead and 120 injured. A spokesman for the ministry told AFP that the toll does not include victims who were killed in clashes Sunday, which is considered the most virulent since the outbreak of fighting, and also includes cases that have been evacuated to field hospitals were not documented in hospital records. According to a local official, the battles that took place Sunday caused the deaths of five civilians at least. An official in airport security and witnesses told "AFP that" fierce fighting with heavy weapons took place Sunday between rival armed groups clashing week ago to take control of Tripoli's international airport. The official said the airport security Gilani Aldahish "The airport suffered on Sunday morning for a mortar attack, missiles and artillery tanks," stressing that "the deadliest attack" since the beginning of the clashes, and explained that the plane to the runway in Libya burn. The picture and video show put on social networking plane belonging to the airline, while the Libyan burning smoke cloud rising above the airport. He Aldahish The Zintan Brigades rebels fighting an attack by a group of city Misrata competition and other Islamist groups in the west of Tripoli. He could not clarify whether the victims fell. Residents said the area close to the airport that the battles "very violent" spin, explaining that they saw tanks involved in the fighting. The battles took place Friday between armed groups around the airport a few hours after the announcement of a cease-fire between the warring militias since the week for control of the airport. The Tripoli airport has been closed since Sunday after an attack by Islamic militias to expel al-Zintan rebels who control it since 2011, with other locations both military and civilian in the south of the Libyan capital. Since the outbreak of violence Sunday dozens of shells fell on the airport and damaged installations and more than a dozen planes to Libya.
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(HD) ✈الاجنحة الليبية Libyan Wings A319 landing at Tripoli Mitiga International Airport (City Views)
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(HD) ✈الاجنحة الليبية Libyan Wings A319 landing at Tripoli Mitiga International Airport (City Views)

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الاجنحة الليبية Libyan Wings Airbus A319, Reg: 5A-WLB landing, taxiing and engine shut down at Tripoli Mitiga International Airport, Libya, HLLM coming from Monastir Habib Bourguiba Aiport, Tunisia, DTMB هبوط بمطار معيتيقه بطرابلس قادمه من المنستير، تونس
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Benghazi's international airport reopens for commercial flights
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Benghazi's international airport reopens for commercial flights

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Benghazi's international airport has reopened for commercial flights after a three-year closure due to fighting in the city. The first outward bound flights were to the capital, Tripoli, Amman, Jordan, and to the south-eastern Libyan city of Kufra. Flights are also scheduled to and from Tunis, Istanbul, Alexandria, and the western Libyan city of Zintan. The flights are operated by two state-owned companies, Libyan Airlines and Afriqiyah Airways. Travellers and airport staff expressed relief at no longer having to travel to Labraq airport, a four-hour drive east of Benghazi. Labraq replaced Benina as the main airport for the eastern part of the country. Subscribe to us on YouTube: http://ow.ly/Zvqj30aIsgY Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cgtnafrica/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/cgtnafrica
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Libya: Tripoli airport destroyed by clashing militias
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Libya: Tripoli airport destroyed by clashing militias

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Video ID: 20140721-050 W/S Damaged airplane on the tarmac W/S Burnt airplane and aviation equipment on the tarmac C/U Burnt airplane rubble W/S Burnt airplane on the tarmac W/S Burnt airplane and aviation equipment on the tarmac M/S Damaged airplane on the tarmac M/S Damaged airplane on the tarmac M/S Damage inside the airport W/S Damage inside the airport W/S Damage inside the airport M/S Damage inside the airport W/S Damage inside the airport C/U Departures chart SCRIPT Continued clashes between rival militia forces have caused widespread damage to the Tripoli international airport on Monday, marking more than a week of attacks on the facility. Islamist militias have been targeting fighters in entrenched positions who have control of Tripoli international airport with rockets, setting ablaze a large variety of aviation equipment, including many airplanes. The airport has been under control of the Zintan militia for the past three years. Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly LiveLeak: http://www.liveleak.com/c/Ruptly Google Plus: http://google.com/+RuptlyTV Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/Ruptly YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/RuptlyTV DailyMotion: http://www.dailymotion.com/ruptly Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv
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Caught In Libya - Migrant Report
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Caught In Libya - Migrant Report

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NEW TRIPOLI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT PROJECT
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NEW TRIPOLI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT PROJECT

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Rockets hit Libya airport as U.N., French officials visit to talk...
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Rockets hit Libya airport as U.N., French officials visit to talk...

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TRIPOLI (Reuters) - Rockets hit Libya’s main airport and damaged a plane as it was waiting to take off early on Thursday, a security force said, the same day as the United Nations envoy and France’s ambassador were visiting the capital to discuss a peace plan. One rocket hit an Airbus 320 and others struck the arrivals hall at Tripoli’s Mitiga airport at around 2 a.m. (midnight GMT), but no one was injured, a spokesman for the Special Deterrence Force (Rada) said. U.N. envoy Ghassan Salame and French ambassador Brigitte Curmi arrived at the same airport - the only one operating in the city. Their offices did not immediately release a statement on the attack or say when they landed. Tripoli has been controlled by a patchwork of armed groups since a 2011 uprising that toppled long-time leader Muammar Gaddafi and splintered the country. There have been rival governments in Tripoli and the east since 2014, when most diplomatic missions evacuated to neighboring Tunisia. Armed groups fightin... Thank for waching !
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Morning drive to the office. Janzour to Gergarish, Tripoli, Lybia
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Morning drive to the office. Janzour to Gergarish, Tripoli, Lybia

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Morning drive to the office. Janzour to Gergarish, Tripoli, Lybia
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Landing In Tripoli Airport - Libya
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Landing In Tripoli Airport - Libya

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LIBYA: TRIPOLI: EFFECTS OF INTERNATIONAL SANCTIONS BECOME EVIDENT
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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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Libyan Militias Battle For Tripoli's Airport - no comment
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Libyan Militias Battle For Tripoli's Airport - no comment

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Fighters from Libya's Shield brigades tied to Misrata city clashed with rival militias on Wednesday and appeared to be gaining more ground in an area around the international airport in the capital of Tripoli. The airport, however, was still controlled by militias from the mountain town of Zintan. … Let the pictures do the talking: subscribe to No Comment http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=NoCommentTV No Comment is brought to you by euronews, the most watched news channel in Europe. Find us on: Youtube http://eurone.ws/yDXQ7c Facebook http://eurone.ws/110HFkw Twitter http://eurone.ws/ZuMzJb euronews.com http://eurone.ws/17qIsCK
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Libya Forces Hit Airports in Tripoli, Misrata: Security Official
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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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Which Country Are International Airports In?
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Which Country Are International Airports In?

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Deadly clashes halt flights to Libyan airport
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Deadly clashes halt flights to Libyan airport

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Heavy fighting between rival militias vying for control of Libya's main airport in Tripoli has left at least seven people dead and halted all flights. Explosions and anti-aircraft gunfire were heard from early Sunday morning on the airport road and other parts of the capital until the situation seemed to calm down in the late afternoon. Al Jazeera's Caroline Malone reports. Subscribe to our channel http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/AJEnglish Find us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera Check our website http://www.aljazeera.com/
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Misrata militants claim taking Tripoli Airport  after fighting nationalists in Libya
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Misrata militants claim taking Tripoli Airport after fighting nationalists in Libya

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In Libya, a group of Misrata militants calling themselves Fajr Libya claim that they've totally captured Tripoli Airport after days of fighting against rival nationalist militiamen. If confirmed, the claim would be a major defeat for the Zintan forces that held the airport since the fall of former Libyan ruler Muammar Gaddafi in 2011. The airport, located south of the capital Tripoli, has been shut since July 13 amid skirmishes between the two rival militia groups. Meanwhile, the Fajr Libya militants accused the United Arab Emirates and Egypt of involvement in two air raids against their forces in the past week. The militia group also said the provisional government and the country's new parliament were accomplices of the raids.
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Airbus landing at Tripoli airport, Libya. Last peaceful landings, early March 2011
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Airbus landing at Tripoli airport, Libya. Last peaceful landings, early March 2011

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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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Airstrike Over Libya Airport Conducted By Arab Coalition
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Airstrike Over Libya Airport Conducted By Arab Coalition

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Twice in the last seven days, Egypt and the United Arab Emirates have secretly launched airstrikes against Islamist-allied militias battling for control of Tripoli, Libya, four senior American officials said, in a major escalation of a regional power struggle set off by Arab Spring revolts. The United States, the officials said, was caught by surprise: Egypt and the Emirates, both close allies and military partners, acted without informing Washington, leaving the Obama administration on the sidelines. Egyptian officials explicitly denied to American diplomats that their military played any role in the operation, the officials said, in what appeared a new blow to already strained relations between Washington and Cairo. Continue reading the main story Related Coverage A fighter from the Zintan brigade after rockets fired by one of Libya's militias struck and ignited a fuel tank in Tripoli earlier this month. Strife in Libya Could Presage Long Civil WarAUG. 24, 2014 The strikes in Tripoli are another salvo in a power struggle defined by old-style Arab autocrats battling Islamist movements seeking to overturn the old order. Since the military ouster of the Islamist president in Egypt last year, the new government and its backers in Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates have launched a campaign across the region — in the news media, in politics and diplomacy, and by arming local proxies — to roll back what they see as an existential threat to their authority posed by Islamist groups like the Muslim Brotherhood.
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Turkish Airlines - Takeoff from Islamabad in Rainy Day
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Turkish Airlines - Takeoff from Islamabad in Rainy Day

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Turkish Airlines - Takeoff from Islamabad in Rainy Day Watch amazing video of turkish arilines takeoff from islamabad in rainy day, Turkish Airlines flies to 49 domestic and 236 international destinations in 115 countries, with the recently announced destinations, including Hong Kong, Kosovo, Northern Cyprus and Taiwan as separate countries, excluding those only served by Turkish Airlines Cargo and the suspended destinations in Iraq, Libya, Syria, Ukraine and Yemen. Following is a list of destinations Turkish Airlines and Turkish Airlines Cargo fly to as part of scheduled services, as of September 2016. The list includes the city, country, the codes of the International Air Transport Association (IATA airport code) and the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO airport code), and the airport's name, with the airline's hub, focus airports, cargo services, future and terminated destinations marked. subscribe here : https://www.youtube.com/c/StudyOnBoard06 Follow Us on Twitter : https://twitter.com/StudyOnBoard06 Watch Again : https://youtu.be/Bqy-BuL2xSg Turkish Airlines - Takeoff from Islamabad in Rainy Day
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Mussolini In Libya (1937)
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Mussolini In Libya (1937)

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Full title reads: "MUSSOLINI IN LIBYA". Tripoli, Libya. Italian dictator Benito Mussolini arriving in a barge on Libyan shore. Band and troops lined up giving Il Duce Fascist salute. He replies. Pan along the houses, windows, roads and rooftops packed with Arabs greeting the leader. Lines of Libyan girls in traditional clothes waving fro the side of road. Duce rides in a car watching the achievements of the Fascists - new road, new airport, new buildings etc. Mussolini standing in open car giving the crowds Fascist salute. Mussolini and Governor of Libya Italo Balbo (allegedly the best looking man in the Italian Army) standing next to the Moslem priest listening to a prayer. FILM ID:915.01 A VIDEO FROM BRITISH PATHÉ. EXPLORE OUR ONLINE CHANNEL, BRITISH PATHÉ TV. IT'S FULL OF GREAT DOCUMENTARIES, FASCINATING INTERVIEWS, AND CLASSIC MOVIES. http://www.britishpathe.tv/ FOR LICENSING ENQUIRIES VISIT http://www.britishpathe.com/
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Damage that occurred Tripoli International Airport 2014
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Damage that occurred Tripoli International Airport 2014

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The Health Ministry said the Libyan More than 47 people were killed in a week of fighting in the Tripoli International Airport. The Ministry of Health announced on Sunday evening that the Libyan clashes department since July 13 between rival militias for control of the airport in Tripoli have left more than 47 dead and 120 injured. A spokesman for the ministry told AFP that the toll does not include victims who were killed in clashes Sunday, which is considered the most virulent since the outbreak of fighting, and also includes cases that have been evacuated to field hospitals were not documented in hospital records. According to a local official, the battles that took place Sunday caused the deaths of five civilians at least. An official in airport security and witnesses told "AFP that" fierce fighting with heavy weapons took place Sunday between rival armed groups clashing week ago to take control of Tripoli's international airport. The official said the airport security Gilani Aldahish "The airport suffered on Sunday morning for a mortar attack, missiles and artillery tanks," stressing that "the deadliest attack" since the beginning of the clashes, and explained that the plane to the runway in Libya burn. The picture and video show put on social networking plane belonging to the airline, while the Libyan burning smoke cloud rising above the airport. He Aldahish The Zintan Brigades rebels fighting an attack by a group of city Misrata competition and other Islamist groups in the west of Tripoli. He could not clarify whether the victims fell. Residents said the area close to the airport that the battles "very violent" spin, explaining that they saw tanks involved in the fighting. The battles took place Friday between armed groups around the airport a few hours after the announcement of a cease-fire between the warring militias since the week for control of the airport. The Tripoli airport has been closed since Sunday after an attack by Islamic militias to expel al-Zintan rebels who control it since 2011, with other locations both military and civilian in the south of the Libyan capital. Since the outbreak of violence Sunday dozens of shells fell on the airport and damaged installations and more than a dozen planes to Libya.
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Report On Mock Airport Response In Enugu |Aviation This Week|
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Report On Mock Airport Response In Enugu |Aviation This Week|

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Second air strike hits airport in Libyas capital
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Second air strike hits airport in Libyas capital

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An air strike hit the last functioning commercial airport in Libya's capital Tripoli for a second day running on Tuesday (November 25), residents said, as a power struggle in the oil-rich nation intensified. Three years after the downfall of Muammar Gaddafi, Libya is being lacerated by rival factions, one of which has set up an alternative administration in Tripoli after seizing the city in fighting during the summer. An armed group loyal to Libya's internationally-recognised government, which has transferred to the east of the country, claimed responsibility for the air strikes. "We bombed the airport a second time," said Saqer al-Joroushi, head of the air force for the group, which is controlled by former general Khalifa Haftar. Haftar has been using his war planes to attack targets mainly in the eastern city of Benghazi, but recently also in western Libya. His forces say Tripoli's Mitiga airport has been used for military purposes by their opponents. Residents living near the airport came to destroyed homes and some surveyed the wreckage in the immediate aftermath of the air strike, with the inside of some homes in ruins. "Yesterday we went to sleep on an air strike and this morning we were surprised with another one. We woke up to find airplanes striking three times all out of the airbase. They hit houses where families and women were staying. They had nothing to do with the airbase," a resident in the neighbourhood told Reuters TV. An airport spokesman said commercial flights to the airport had been halted because of the violence. The North African oil producer has had two governments since August when a group called Operation Libya Dawn, whose opponents say is supported by Islamists, seized Tripoli forcing the elected anti-Islamist administration of Prime Minister Abdullah al-Thinni to move 1,000 km east. The new rulers in the capital, an alliance of groups led by Omar al-Hassi who say they helped topple Muammar Gaddafi in 2011 and deny any Islamist links, are not recognised by the United Nations and world powers but control ministries, oil facilities, airports and much of western and central Libya. The new government in Tripoli said several houses were hit in Monday's strike, but said no damage was reported from the second attack on Tuesday morning. "The National Salvation Government embraced the policy of peace, accepting the other and sitting down for negotiations, but now the circumstances and events that have taken place in Benghazi over the past few days, as well as in Kiklah yesterday and in Tripoli today, have forced us to employ a policy of war and confrontation. We are the ones who will be victorious, God willing and God is great," Head of Tripoli Government Omar Al-Hassi told reporters at a news conference following Monday's air strike. Tripoli's main airport was damaged by the summer fighting and has been closed since July, meaning commercial flights have had to use the secondary airport, Mitiga, which lies to the east of the city centre. For more news and videos visit ☛ http://ntdtv.tv Follow us on Twitter ☛ http://twitter.com/NTDTelevision Add us on Facebook ☛ http://on.fb.me/s5KV2C
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