By John Lee.
Some pilots, cabin crew and ground staff at Libyan Airlines have threatened to go on strike from 10th February, unless management ends the de-facto division of the company into Tripoli-based and Benghazi-based operations.
According to the report from Libya Herald, the announcement applies to the Tripoli-based part of the company, with staff in Benghazi saying they would continue working as usual.
Airports in the west of the country are controlled by the government in Tripoli, while those in the east remained linked to the Tokruk administration.
(Source: Libya Herald)