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Old October 23rd, 2015, 01:07 PM   #361
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اتفاق لإعادة تشغيل الخط الجوي بين الخرطوم وتونس


أعلن السفير التونسي بالخرطوم “عماد الدين الرحموني” عن ترتيبات لإعادة تشغيل الخط الجوي بين الخرطوم وتونس بنهاية العام الجاري الذي كان متوقفاً عن العمل منذ الثمانينيات، مؤكداً أن فتح الخط سيعمل على تنشيط وتفعيل التبادل التجاري والسياحي والعلاقات بين البلدين.وكشف “الرحموني” عقب اجتماع موسع مع وزارة السياحة واتحاد وكالات السفر، عن زيارة وفد من الخطوط الجوية التونسية للخرطوم للاتفاق لإعادة فتح الخط، مشيراً إلى أن الوفد قام بعدة لقاءات بالخرطوم مع الجهات ذات الصلة بالشأن لتفعيل الاتفاقية، مؤكداً حرص بلاده على تفعيل النشاط الاقتصادي والتجاري والسياحي مع السودان. من جانبه، قال العميد “عبد الكريم إبراهيم” رئيس اتحاد وكالات السفر والسياحة إن الخط الجوي بين الخرطوم وتونس يعدّ من الخطوط الرائدة، واصفاً الاجتماع بأنه مثمر ومبشر، وقال إنه سيشجع السياحة البينية بين البلدين بجانب تسهيل السفر إلى أوربا وأمريكا مباشرة من تونس، إضافة إلى تشجيع السياحة العلاجية.
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Old October 23rd, 2015, 01:09 PM   #362
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اولى رحلات شركة أجنحة الشام للطيران إلى الخرطوم


“وطني برس”: انطلقت مساء أمس أولى رحلات شركة أجنحة الشام للطيران من مطار دمشق الدولي إلى الخرطوم عاصمة السودان كأول محطة افريقية في خطة الشركة الرامية إلى توسيع مجال رحلاتها لتصل إلى جميع الجاليات السورية في بلاد المغترب.

و صرح “محمد سلمان فضل” مدير العلاقات العامة في السفارة السودانية بدمشق لوكالة “سانا” : نتمنى أن تكون هذه الرحلة فاتحة خير لجميع السوريين الراغبين بالسفر من مطار دمشق الدولي إلى أي نقطة حول العالم وعودة الأمن و الأمان إلى سورية قلب العروبة” لافتا إلى أهمية هذه الخطوة في تشجيع التجارة بين سورية و السودان و عودة حركة الصادرات و المستوردات إلى سابق عهدها.

و قال المدير التجاري في الشركة “نزار سليمان” : نتمنى أن يقدم افتتاح خط “دمشق الخرطوم” الجوي خدمة جديدة للمواطنين السوريين ومد جسور التواصل بينهم ووطنهم الأم ، و مشيرا إلى أن هذا الخط هو استكمال لشبكة خطوط سابقة قامت الشركة بافتتاحها من بينها دمشق الكويت ودمشق مسقط، ومبينا في الوقت ذاته ان الشركة حققت سمعة طيبة عبر أسعارها المدروسة و خدماتها المتميزة بدء من مكاتب قطع التذاكر و انتهاء بالمحطة الهدف.

و أشار مدير تطوير الأعمال في شركة أجنحة الشام للطيران “أسامة ساطع” إلى أن افتتاح الخط الجوي بين دمشق و الخرطوم هو من ضمن خطة التطوير و التوسع التي تنتهجها الشركة دوريا بغية الوصول و تغطية جميع النقاط و المحطات التي يوجد فيها السوريون في الخارج.

و نوه “ساطع” إن الخرطوم محطة مهمة على خارطة محطات سفر الشركة نظرا لوجود جالية سورية كبيرة هناك يقدر عددها بنحو مشددا على أن الشركة تسعى جاهدة إلى تطوير عملية الشحن التجاري و تفعيل حركة نقل البضائع بين سورية و السودان.
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Old October 25th, 2017, 09:14 PM   #363
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Tunisair resumes Khartoum service from March 2018

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Tunisair in 2018 plans to resume service to Sudan, with the offering of Tunis – Khartoum nonstop route. The airline currently plans 2 weekly flights with Airbus A320, from 27MAR18.

TU395 TUN2045 – 0315+1KRT 32A 24
TU396 KRT0405 – 0710TUN 32A 35

The airline last served Khartoum from February 1981 to May 1989, when it mainly served Tunis – Jeddah – Khartoum or Tunis – Cairo – Jeddah – Khartoum route, 2-3 weekly with Boeing 727 and/or Airbus A300

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Old November 16th, 2017, 09:42 PM   #364
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Sudan Buys Two Airbus Planes Worth U.S.$60 Million With Chinese Funding



Khartoum — Sudan government on Wednesday said it purchased two Airbus planes in favour of Sudan Airways at a cost of 60 million U.S. dollars with a fund by a Chinese company.

"Sudan Airways has purchased two Airbus planes at a cost of 60 million U.S. dollars with a fund by a Chinese company," said Makawi Mohamed Awad, Sudan's Transport Minister, when delivering a statement to the parliament Wednesday.

He said that Sudan Airways, a government company, has recently rehabilitated two aircraft, disclosing a plan for increasing the national airline's fleet to 7 planes by 2018.

The Sudan Airways has suffered a lot from the U.S. sanctions which had been imposed on Sudan for about 20 years, where its fleet decreased to only one plane, besides two others chartered from Arab air companies.

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Old December 4th, 2017, 01:36 AM   #365
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Air Mediterranean is the first European airline doing direct flights to Khartoum since the lifting of US sanctions.

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Old June 4th, 2019, 12:40 AM   #366
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A wee message to inform you, fellow Africans, that if you want up to date infos about future Sudan Air(ways) or add some comments about Sudan civil aviation, a brand new section on the most famous aviation's website is available here:

http://www.airliners.net/forum/viewt...f7feabbfb71560

Sudan Airways, Khartoum airport, Badr Airlines all the likes related to what's going on in Sudan are discussed here, feel free to share post here and they will be relayed afterward.

What was the impact of the recent aviation strike?
Any recent measures from the new government?
What about the future of aviation in Sudan? Stagnant or booming?
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Old June 4th, 2019, 11:48 AM   #367
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A wee message to inform you, fellow Africans, that if you want up to date infos about future Sudan Air(ways) or add some comments about Sudan civil aviation, a brand new section on the most famous aviation's website is available here:

http://www.airliners.net/forum/viewt...f7feabbfb71560

Sudan Airways, Khartoum airport, Badr Airlines all the likes related to what's going on in Sudan are discussed here, feel free to share post here and they will be relayed afterward.

What was the impact of the recent aviation strike?
Any recent measures from the new government?
What about the future of aviation in Sudan? Stagnant or booming?
My friends flight was canceled recently, I heard the situation calmed down but yesterday was truly a terrible day.

The new government isn't fully formed and the TMC is just monkeys in suits, it'll take at least a month for us to see progress

I'd say the future for aviation is bright, Tarco and Badr Airlines are doing very well and surpassed Sudan airways. However the current airport is a huge burden as it cannot expand (plus it's very small), and the site for the new airport has a service area, fencing, and road connection but as far as I know construction hasn't started for any terminals. I wonder if the 3 airlines will be merging, as far as I know no other East African country has this many prominent airlines.

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I'd say the future for aviation is bright, Tarco and Badr Airlines are doing very well and surpassed Sudan airways. However the current airport is a huge burden as it cannot expand (plus it's very small), and the site for the new airport has a service area, fencing, and road connection but as far as I know construction hasn't started for any terminals. I wonder if the 3 airlines will be merging, as far as I know no other East African country has this many prominent airlines.
Nice to see, for once, private companies dominating the skies - hope it will remain like that.
Why do you think they should be merged?
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Nice to see, for once, private companies dominating the skies - hope it will remain like that.
Why do you think they should be merged?
I don't necessarily think they should merge it was just a thought - I like it this way as there's now competition in this sector.
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