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Un avion de la Compagnie aerienne libyenne, Libyan Arab Airlines, a echappe a un nouveau bombardement de l'aeroport international de Maitigua, a annonce un source aeroportuaire dans la capitale libyenne en proie a une escalade militaire depuis le 4 avril dernier.
Al-Megrahi, the former head of security at Libyan Arab Airlines, was jailed for life at a special court sitting in the Netherlands in 2001.
?1991, November 13 and 14: As a result of the criminal inquiry led by Dumfries and Galloway Constabulary and a three-year joint investigation with the FBI, indictments for murder were issued against Abdelbaset Ali Mohmed Al Megrahi, a Libyan intelligence officer - pictured right - and Al Amin Khalifa Fhimah, the Libyan Arab Airlines station manager at Luqa Airport, Malta.
Masud was almost indicted for the Pan Am bombing in 1991, alongside Abdelbaset Ali Megrahi, the former head of security at Libyan Arab Airlines and the only person convicted of the atrocity.
21 February 1973; Libyan Arab Airlines 727-200; Flight 114; Israeli occupied Sinai Desert: The aircraft was shot down by Israeli fighter jets after the 727 had strayed into the airspace of the occupied territory.
The Libyan Arab Airlines and Etihad Airways have already established direct links between the both countries, Dr Al Nayed said.
BBC BBC BBC It was the day after the fourth anniversary of the Lockerbie bombing when a Libyan Arab Airlines Boeing 727 disintegrated on its approach to Tripoli airport claiming the lives of all 157 passengers and crew.
The powerful impression left by the book is that Megrahi, who had run security for Libyan Arab Airlines while engaging in clandestine trading, had the ill-luck to be in Malta, the putative point of origin of the Lockerbie bomb, at the wrong time, and that he was framed because the US found it convenient to point the finger of blame at Libya.
The European Union lifted an asset freeze on Afriqiyah Airways on September 16 and on September 1 agreed to release funds held within the EU by 28 other Libyan entities, including ports, oil firms, banks and Libyan Arab Airlines.
Wednesday's crash was the deadliest air accident in Libya since December, 1992, when a Libyan Arab Airlines plane crashed near Tripoli airport killing 157 people.
Megrahi is an alleged former Libyan intelligence officer, head of security for Libyan Arab Airlines, and director of the Centre for Strategic Studies in Tripoli.