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March 25, 2013

Subex Enters Libyan Market

thumb.phpSubex Ltd, a leading global provider of Business Support Systems (BSS) for Communications Service Providers (CSPs), has announced that it has been selected to provide its industry leading ROC Revenue Assurance and Fraud Management solutions to Almadar, a premier telecom operator in Libya.

In a competitive bid, Subex was selected for its market leadership, product superiority and domain expertise in the Revenue Assurance and Fraud Management space.

Jamal Hegag, Chairman, Almadar said:

“We are taking a fresh approach to our business proposition…read more

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February 11, 2013

Libya to Expand Aviation Network

AfriqiyahLibya announced that it is in the process of entirely developing air and sea fleet and to create a new sea ports.

The Libyan Deputy Prime Minister of Technical Affairs Abdul Salam Algadi said that the two companies of African and Libyan Airways will possess before the end of this year a sufficient number of modern aircraft, which should entitle them to expand networks and flights across the world to cover the deficit in the field of aviation.

He added that international companies will start soon in the completion of infrastructure projects at Sabha, Benghazi and Tripoli Airports…read more

January 25, 2013

Irish airline Ryanair eyes Libyan market

ryanairThe budget Irish airline Ryanair plans to expand into new markets in North Africa, including Libya, according to CEO Michael O’Leary.

“The new regimes will be seen to be delivering some growth and economic activity and I think deregulation and open skies is one of the first things those regimes are looking at,” O’Leary told Reuters, “so we’re talking to the Tunisians, the Libyans and the Egyptians.”

Ryanair is well-known in Europe for its ‘no-frills’ service and cut-price fares.

Lesley Kane, head of sales and marketing at Ryanair told the Libya Herald today: “We’re in discussion with over a hundred airports…read more

January 22, 2013

Tunisair flies in to Sebha On 1st Feb 2013

6227085106_0e7f24628d_zTunisair has announced that it will start flights between Tunis and Sebha on 1 February. “We will initially start with three flights a week on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays,” said a company official in Tripoli.

He added that the carrier would add three new destinations from Misrata, making five flights a week instead of two now.

It has announced earlier this month that Tunisair would start direct flights to Benghazi and Misrata from Sfax in March.

The airline has three flights a day to Tunisia from Tripoli and two from Benghazi…read more

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