Air Transport in Sudan

Air Transport in Sudan Last updated on Saturday 24th April 2010

The national carrier is the government-owned Sudan Airways, which has a poor reputation for efficiency. Many of its planes are grounded and in need of repair, so waiting lists for flights can be very long.

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