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Emirates flights to Libya are disrupted

Due to the continuing unrest in Libya, Emirates has cancelled flights to Tripoli. Flights operating to Tunisia via Libya will now be direct and operate under an amended schedule.

Affected flights and amended timings include:

EK8745 - 23rd February will depart 09:05 Dubai local time arriving Tunisia 12:55 local time.
EK8746 - 23rd  February will depart 14:30 Tunisia local time arriving in Dubai 23:05 local time.
Flights on 24th and 25th February to Libya are cancelled.


Passengers will not be accepted for flights into Tripoli from any airport until further notice. Emirates will continue to monitor the situation in Tripoli. Please continue to check the website for further updates - these will be provided as soon as they are available.

Emirates passengers who wish to rebook their flight should contact their local Emirates office.

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