Sudan Airways Reviews


Sudan Airways Reviews

Sudan Airways (Arabic: الخطوط الجوية السودانية‎) is the national airline of Sudan, headquartered in Khartoum. As of October 2012, the company is fully owned by the Government of Sudan. Sudan Airways was formed in February 1946 with the technical assistance of Airwork Limited, and the commercial support of Sudan Railways. The initial fleet was composed of four de Havilland Doves, with test flights commencing in April 1947. The first scheduled operations were launched in July the same year, with the first timetable being published in September. Khartoum became Sudan Airways’ hub from the very beginning. From there, the carrier started flying four different services all across the Sudanese territory, as well as to Eritrea. The first routes the company flew linked Khartoum with Asmara, Atbara, El Fashir, El Obeid, Geneina, Juba, Kassala, Malakal, and Port Sudan, all of them served with de Havilland Dove equipment.

Sudan Airways has its headquarters in Khartoum. The carrier was formed in February 1946 and started scheduled operations in July the following year. It is a member of the International Air Transport Association, of the Arab Air Carriers Organization since 1965, and of the African Airlines Association since 1968, becoming a founding member along with another ten companies. As of November 2013, the CEO position was held by Abd Elmahmoud Suleiman Mohammed. As of December 2013, the Sudan Airways active fleet consists of the following aircraft: Airbus A300B4-600R, Airbus A320-200, Boeing 737-300, Boeing 737-500, and Fokker 50. As of December 2011, Sudan Airways had 1,700 employees. Sudan Airways IOSA registration is renewed till 6 FEB 2014 as the company was successful to proof during the November 2011 IOSA audit conducted by ACS/ Australia,it’s conformity with all IOSA standards.

As of July 2011, Sudan Airways serves 24 destinations in Africa, 10 of them within Sudan and the Middle East.

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