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    • In the mid-1960s, the airport was enlarged to accommodate more international carriers, with the state-owned Somali Airlines providing regular trips to all major cities.Mogadishu-Wikipedia
    • Those arrested Isaaqs included businessmen, Somali Airlines staff, army officers, employees of relief agencies, and civil servants.Isaaq genocide-Wikipedia
    • In the mid-1960s, the airport was enlarged to accommodate more international carriers, with the state-owned Somali Airlines providing regular trips to all major cities.Aden Adde International Airport-Wikipedia
    • In 1979 Mustafa Mohamed Moalin was employed at Somali Airlines where he oversaw the growth of the Somali Airlines into an international airline.Mustafa Mohamed Moalim-Wikipedia
    • This represented the first direct flight from Sharjah to Mogadishu since the state-owned Somali Airlines discontinued operations in 1991.Jubba Airways-Wikipedia
    • The most prominent airlines serving Somaliland is Daallo Airlines, a Somali-owned private carrier with regular international flights that emerged after Somali Airlines ceased operations.Somaliland-Wikipedia

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