Air Liberia

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Air Liberia
Air Liberia Logo.png
IATA
NL
ICAO
ALI
Callsign
AIR LIBERIA
Founded 1974
Ceased operations 1990
Hubs Roberts International Airport & Spriggs Payne Airport
Parent company Managed by Hughes AirWest initially
Headquarters Monrovia, Liberia

Air Liberia was a domestic airline based in Liberia. Formed in 1974 following a name change from Liberian National Airways, the carrier ceased trading in 1990. It initially operated a prop fleet (Cessna 337's) joined by Britten-Norman Islander & Trislander aircraft in 1975 for scheduled services alongside Boeing 737 which was used for government VIP operations.

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  1. ^ "EL-AAB Accident description". Aviation Safety Network. Retrieved 21 August 2010. 

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