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Tunisair director-general Rabah Jrad has said that the planned flights would use Libyan Airlines' A330-200 fleet, the first of which was delivered last month to Tripoli The flights would take off in Tripoli, stop over in Tunis and have Montreal's Trudeau airport as their final destination.
On Saturday afternoon, a TunisAir flight leaving from Tripoli's military airport of Maitiga carrying 50 wounded Libyans to be treated in Tunisia was stopped by 300 armed men, Tunisia's state news agency, TAP, said.
Tunisair organized on Wednesday seven flights to evacuate 1,500 people, mostly Tunisians in addition to foreigners including Moroccans, some of whom resumed their flight to Casablanca.
Tunisair flies to 53 destinations across Africa, the Middle East and Europe.
aircraft and allow Tunisair to operate new scheduled flights to North
Tunisair, the national carrier of Tunisia, had ordered the aircraft in July 2008.
Tunisair decided to cancel its Tunis-Brussels flights and flights from
This will then be accessed by the Tunisair revenue accounting team from their offices in Tunis, Mercator said in a statement.
Tunisair announced that its 2005 net profit improved 43% year-over-year to $29.
The plane was operated by Tuninter, an affiliate of Tunisair
Swedish low-cost airline FlyMe Europe AB, owned by the Swedish investment company Array AB, said on Tuesday (15 March) that it would be leasing two of its aircraft to the Tunisian airline Tunisair during the summer 2005.
Simon Cole flew to Tunis with Tunisair, and then on to Tozeur from Djerba with Tuninter.