|Hubs||Tripoli International Airport|
|Focus cities||Benghazi (Benina International Airport)|
|Headquarters||Mittiga International Airport|
|Key people||Cpt. Hassan sharif (Chairman)|
Buraq Air (El-Buraq Air Transport Inc) is an airline with its headquarters on the grounds of Mitiga International Airport in Tripoli, Libya. It operates scheduled domestic and international services to Europe, North Africa, and the Middle East. Buraq also operates passenger and cargo charter services and flights in support of CHC. Until recently, the airline's hub was Mitiga Airport, which, although smaller than Tripoli International Airport, is much closer to the city centre of Tripoli. Its new hub is Tripoli International.
As a consequence of the Libyan Civil War and the resulting no-fly zone over the country enforced by NATO in accordance with the United Nations Security Council Resolution 1973, all flight operations with Buraq Air were terminated on 17 March 2011.
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Following the Libyan Civil War, Buraq Air offers scheduled flights to the following destinations as of November 2014
|Istanbul||Turkey||IST||LTBA||Atatürk International Airport|
|Sfax||Tunisia||SFA||DTTX||Sfax–Thyna International Airport|
|Tunis||Tunisia||TUN||DTTA||Tunis–Carthage International Airport|
|Monastir||Tunisia||MIR||DTMB||Monastir Habib Bourguiba International Airport|
These following destinations were suspended due to the Libyan civil war:
The Buraq Air fleet consists of the following aircraft (as of August 2019):
|Boeing 737-800||2||—||189||One Stored at MJI|
Buraq air was grounded during the Libyan Civil War. As of 25 August 2011, at least two 737-800s were still visible on the tarmac of Tripoli International Airport. No Buraq Air planes have been reported damaged or destroyed.
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