Only three private companies fly to the region after two IL-76s have been destroyed here in a drone attack at Al-Jufra Airbase in 2019. ‘When flying to territories with high risks of a terrorist attack, it’s vital to never cross the safety line.’ — Nikolay Kurbanov, AVEM AERO’s managing director says: ‘We are an urgent cargo charters company carrying cargoes of food, medication. We provide one of a few ways to deliver healthy food to thе сountry. We see it as a kind of social mission that others cannot do for some reason. It’s difficult but was handled successfully.’
The company works only with airports under the control of the UN-backed Government of National Accord (GNA), with special insurance for each risk and increased measures of safety. For example, a crew never stays for a night and the company never announces a flight in advance.
AVEM AERO will continue to fly in Libya proving its ability to work out risks that Nikolay Kurbanov considers as a difference of the company supporting the airline’s portfolio of special cargo services.
Libya has been torn by violence since long-time ruler Col. Muammar Gaddafi was deposed and killed in 2011 by Nato-backed forces. Its population is almost 7M people according to the United Nations ‘World Population Prospects 2019’.
AVEM AERO OU was founded in 2018 by Nikolay Kurbanov, who has vast experience in the sector of “go now” aircraft charters. AVEM AERO OU’s main office is located in Estonia.
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