Hargeisa (SD) – The government of Somaliland has today announced that it has lifted its ban on Fly Dubai airliner.
The company, which is owned by the Emirate but is represented by Somaliland nationals in Hargeisa, is said to have met government requirements.
Somaliland Civil Aviation Authority Director Omar Sayid Abdillahi, confirmed that Fly Dubai, which had been banned for some time, was released after reaching an agreement with the Somaliland government.
“The government of Somaliland has decided to enter into an agreement with every airliner carrying a national flag,” he said.
“The second country that Somaliland has signed an agreement with is the Emirate of Dubai, leading to the decision to lift the ban the airliner, ”he added.
The manager said Fly Dubai was suspended in 2020 for non-compliance, and has now been released following an agreement.
Meanwhile, Air Arabia will remain under the ban imposed by the government of Muse Bihi, and so far there are no indications of any action taken to find a solution to the ban.
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