Operated by Tombouctou Aviation from 2008 as TZ-BSC until it was withdrawn from use at Bucharest-Baneasa in 2011. This was the last day I photographed an operational BAC-111. Ex HZ-MAM, LX-MAM, 5N-UDE, G-BWES, PK-TAL, G-MAAH, VP-CDA, G-MAAH and YR-HRS.
Tragically this Mig-23 crashed during its airshow performance just two days later, made all the more poignant after my colleagues and I received great hospitality at 1023 Sqdn during a couple of visits
With the titling of her previous operator Trans Attico visible through the white paint, this Il-76 was inactive throughout the period of the LAVEX show. Originally CCCP-76705 serving with the Soviet AF in Afghanistan
Most of Libya's dozen or so Mi-14s operate in a grey scheme on ASW duties from the far end of the Mitiga base but a couple have been modified as fire-fighters in Ukraine and sport this colourful livery with 1314 Sqdn.
By far the most numerous combat aircraft in Libyan service was the Mig-23 with over 100 delivered, but of those only a relatively small number are still flown, including this smartly-attired two-seater variant with 1023 Sqdn
The mortal remains of two An-26s inside 003 maintenance company's area. They have an Antonov tail mounted outside painted in the organisation's colours as an entrance sign, but not from one these aircraft. Libyan AF 8306 is thought to be c/n 13103