Articles tagged with: libya
Holidaymakers may associate Libya with death, destruction and the relatively recent downfall of Colonel Gaddafi’s regime, but the country is touting itself as a future Mediterranean hotspot.
Leading British carrier bmi has announced a new route that will link London Heathrow to Tripoli, the capital of Libya.
A Libyan plane travelling from South Africa has crashed at Tripoli airport, killing 103 people onboard, with a child the sole survivor, reports claim.
A passenger plane has crashed at Tripoli airport, killing more than 100 people on board, including British people, according to officials.
Guests can this week save Ã‚Â£80 per person on a 21-day overland journey through Tunisia, Libya and Egypt.
As Libya celebrates 40 years since Colonel Gaddafi came to power, there is no better time to discover the history and culture of this ancient country.
While it may have slipped from the national headlines, swine flu still poses a threat to British travellers preparing to head away on their summer holidays. The World Health Organisation (<a href="http://www.who.int/en/" target="_blank">WHO</a>) has raised its pandemic threat alert to level six – stating the virus can no longer be contained.
Times are a changing in the United States today as president George Bush leaves the Oval Office for the final time – to be replaced by Democratic president-elect Barack Obama.
Libya and Tunisia are being added to Oasis Overland's Middle East adventures for 2009.
New twice-weekly flights from the UK to Libya have been launched by Air Malta.
Boozy young Brits are turning middle class travellers away from destinations such as Australia, India and Thailand, new research shows.