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Civil Aviation

Rockets fired on Libya's Labraq airport


The Libyan airport of Labraq has been attack.Attackers fired rockets at eastern Libya's Labraq airport on Saturday, an airport source said, targeting one of the oil producer's few functioning air hubs in a country gripped by violence.
 

Libya airport, airline says Egypt closes airspace


An Afriqiyah A330.A Libyan commercial plane bound for Istanbul was forced to return to Tripoli on Tuesday after Egypt banned overflying its airspace, Tripoli airport and the Libyan airline said.
   

Morocco suspends Libya flights, closes airspace to Libyan planes


A Royal Air Maroc Boeing 737.Morocco has suspended all flights between Moroccan cities and Libya and closed its airspace to Libyan airplanes because of security concerns, the Moroccan government said on Monday.
   

SAA Action Plan reaches 60 day milestone


Sixty days into SAA Action PlanThis week sees SAA (South African Airways) complete 60 days of the 90 Day Action Plan commenced last year.
   

Draft U.S. rules on commercial drones keep some limits on use


An FT-`00 UAV.The U.S. aviation regulator proposed rules on Sunday for commercial drone flights that would lift some restrictions but would still bar activities such as the delivery of packages and inspection of pipelines that have been eyed by companies as a potentially breakthrough use of the technology.
   

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