After a prolonged stay in the United Kingdom, Air Libya Avro RJ100 5A-FLE (msn E3382) has returned to service. She had been ferried to Cranfield on 30 July 2018 for a C Check, but then remained parked there even after the check had been completed. She finally left Cranfield on 4 February, flying first to Malta and then to the airline’s base at Benghazi. Even then, she did not re-enter service until 3 March, when she operated a roundtrip to Alexandria as TLR147/148.
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