Cause for Libyan C-130 cargo plane crash not yet found

As the investigation of yesterday’s deadly crash of a C-130 cargo plane continues in Libya, officials from the National Oil Corporation (NOC) said no cause has yet been determined. The crash killed the two pilots, plus a third crew member, while a fourth member of the crew was hospitalized in Tripoli with injuries. The military […]

Chapman Freeborn, RUS Aviation partner to reach underserved areas

Chapman Freeborn Airchartering and UAE based RUS (Reliable Unique Services) Aviation have joined forces to create an exclusive general sales agreement to improve service from Hong Kong to the Middle East and surrounding areas. Since March 1, Chapman Freeborn has been selling in-demand per-kilo shipments from Hong Kong to the UAE, with onward connections via […]

Turkish Airlines pulls out of Libya

Amid safety concerns after the Libyan Air Force bombed the Misrata airport in early January, Turkish Airlines Cargo is no longer serving Misrata after previously pulling out of Tripoli.  Passenger service had already been suspended. Turkish was the last non-domestic carrier flying in and out of Libya, so for now there is no service to […]

Etihad suspends flights to Tripoli, Libya

Etihad Airways has temporarily suspended its three weekly passenger flights and two weekly cargo flights to Tripoli, Libya, effective immediately. The announcement follows safety and operational challenges that the airline has observed in recent months at Tripoli airport. “Regretfully, we have taken the decision to temporarily suspend our flights to Tripoli. As the safety and […]
  • October 31, 2013

Air cargo operations arrive in Libya

Chapman Freeborn Airchartering has formed an exclusive partnership with Air Libya to place and operationally manage an Antonov An-26 aircraft in Libya.
  • August 28, 2013