State carrier Libyan Airlines announced Monday that its three aircraft held abroad awaiting debt payments for maintenance work are to return shortly.
The airliner claims that the outstanding debts are in the process of being paid off. The return of the three aircraft will have a significant impact in intensifying flights and providing service to travellers, Libyan Airlines said.
The three aircraft are:
The Airbus AK A320 – located in Egypt.
The Airbus AH A320 – located in Tunisia.
The CRJ900 – located in Slovenia.