Libyan Arab Air Cargo
Libyan Arab Air Cargo (Libac) is a cargo airline based in Tripoli, Libya. It is the cargo division of Libyan Airlines, operating all-cargo services. Its main base is Tripoli International Airport. It serves destinations throughout Africa, Europe, and Asia.
The airline was established in 1979, and, in 2002, became the first airline outside of Russia and Ukraine to operate the world's second-largest aircraft, the Antonov An-124.
As of May 2013, the Libyan Arab Air Cargo fleet consist of the following. Since the revolution most of them are grounded.
The airline has previously operated a single Boeing 707-320C, now retired.