The OAG FACTS (Frequency and Capacity Trend Statistics) report for March shows that one of the strongest performers in air travel in North Africa over the last 12 months has been Libya.
The country is expected to see frequencies and capacity rise in March 2013, compared to the same month in 2012. International flight operations are expected to grow by 76%, while international capacity will increase by 65%, or 177,000 seats, year-on-year.
Libya’s domestic air travel market also compares favourably in March 2013 versus March 2012. Domestic flight operations will post a 75% rise, while domestic capacity will increase by 34%.
(Source: Arabian Aerospace)
(Picture: Tripoli Airport)