By Libya Herald staff.
Tripoli, 4 February 2015:
Libyan Wings, the new Libyan airline in the planning for nearly two years, announced that . . .[restrict]London and Singapore-based JPA Design has designed the cabin interiors for its two Airbus aircraft.
According to a statement released by the airline, Libya Wings worked together with JPA Design to design a space that its says is both aesthetically pleasing and maximally comfortable. Citing an emphasis on space and comfort, the airline said the newly designed interiors are “elegant, simple and functional”.
Libya Wings plans to begin operations this year is expected to announce its official launch date soon. The company, currently based out of Tripoli’s Mitiga Airport, has two A319s.
“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,” Libya Wings said in a previous press release. It added that the carrier initially intended to fly to Middle Eastern and North African destinations but planned to expand to Europe and other places in the Arabian Gulf when it acquired further aircraft.
Despite persistent reports that Libyan Wings is owned by Abdul-Hakim Belhaj, this has never been confirmed 0r denied.