The Libyan National Army (LNA)’s Air Force has lunched airstrikes targeting the Faculty of Civil Aviation of Misurata northwestern Libya, along with other military targets.
In a Saturday night statement LNA’s Air Force Operating Room announced carrying out nearly 11 air strikes on locations in Misurata used by Turkish drones.
All LNA’s Air Force planes has returned safely after the strikes according to statement.
Earlier this month LNA Air Force lunched airstrikes targeting the Faculty of Civil Aviation of Misurata northwestern Libya.
LNA said that the strikes aimed at destroying Ilyushin-76 military aircraft loaded with shipment of ammunition and missiles to be used by Turkish drones inside Libya.
The Anti-aircraft warfare affiliated with Misurata’s Faculty of Civil Aviation tried to respond to the air attacks; however, no injuries or damages were reported.
The strikes were reported to last for nearly two hours during the late hours of Monday. Ambulance vehicles were seen by eye witnesses rushing to the Faculty’s location.