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Middle East

KSA suspends its flight to Sudan

Thursday 11/April/2019 - 05:05 PM
A Saudi plane
A Saudi plane
Ahmad El-Assasy
Saudi Airlines announced on Thursday that it was temporarily suspending its flights to Khartoum airport after Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir was removed from office and a two-year Sudanese military council was formed.

The company said in a press statement: "Because of the closure of airports of Khartoum and Port Sudan، the company announces the suspension of all flights between the Kingdom and Sudan temporarily until further notice."

It added that it will exempt all confirmed bookings during the temporary suspension of flights from booking change and reissue fees.

Noteworthy، the Sudanese authorities decided to close Khartoum International Airport today، Thursday.

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