Badr Airlines

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Badr Airlines
IATA ICAO Callsign
J4 BDR BADR AIR
Founded 2004 (rebranded from Sarit Airlines)
Hubs Khartoum International Airport
Focus cities Khartoum
Fleet size 14
Destinations 16
Headquarters Khartoum,Sudan
Website www.badrairlines.com/en/index.php

Badr Airlines, formerly Sarit Airlines (from 1997 to 2004), is an airline based in Khartoum, Sudan, operating cargo and passenger air services for humanitarian aid missions,and chartered VIP flights. Its main bases are Khartoum International Airport and Sharjah International Airport.[1] The airline has an international office at Sharjah Free Zone (SAIF-Zone). Its European office is being established at Cologne Bonn Airport in Germany. Badr Airlines provides through its partner, African Logistic Support Service (ALS), a wide range of logistical support functions throughout Sudan.[citation needed]

Destinations

Country City Airport Status Refs
Chad Ndjamena N'Djamena International Airport Coming soon [2]
Egypt Cairo Cairo International Airport [3]
Ethiopia Addis Ababa Addis Ababa Bole International Airport [4]
Eritrea Asmara Asmara International Airport Coming soon [5]
Nigeria Kano Mallam Aminu Kano International Airport [6]
Saudi Arabia Jeddah King Abdulaziz International Airport [7]
Saudi Arabia Riyadh King Khalid International Airport [8]
Sudan El-Fasher El Fasher Airport [9]
Sudan El-Obeid El Obeid Airport [10]
Sudan Damazin Damazin Airport [11]
Sudan Geneina Geneina Airport [12]
Sudan Kasala Kassala Airport [13]
Sudan Khartoum Khartoum International Airport Hub
Sudan Nyala Nyala Airport [14]
Sudan Port Sudan Port Sudan New International Airport [15]
South Sudan Juba Juba Airport [16]
South Sudan Wau Wau Airport [17]
Turkey Istanbul Istanbul Atatürk Airport [18]
United Arab Emirates Dubai Dubai International Airport [19]

Fleet

The Badr Airlines fleet includes: [20]

Badr Airlines Fleet
Aircraft In Fleet Notes
Boeing 737-700 2 On Contract
Boeing 737-500 5
Ilyushin Il-76 TD 2
Antonov An-26B-100 1 Passenger / Cargo
Antonov An-74 T 200 1
Antonov An-74 TK-100 1
Antonov 2 1
Antonov 28 1
Total 14

References

  1. ^ "Directory: World Airlines". Flight International. 2007-03-27. p. 84.
  2. ^ https://badrairlines.com/en/future-destinations.php
  3. ^ https://badrairlines.com/en/global-destinations.php
  4. ^ https://badrairlines.com/en/global-destinations.php
  5. ^ https://badrairlines.com/en/future-destinations.php
  6. ^ https://badrairlines.com/en/global-destinations.php
  7. ^ https://badrairlines.com/en/global-destinations.php
  8. ^ https://badrairlines.com/en/global-destinations.php
  9. ^ https://badrairlines.com/en/local-destinations.php
  10. ^ https://badrairlines.com/en/local-destinations.php
  11. ^ https://badrairlines.com/en/local-destinations.php
  12. ^ https://badrairlines.com/en/local-destinations.php
  13. ^ https://badrairlines.com/en/local-destinations.php
  14. ^ https://badrairlines.com/en/local-destinations.php
  15. ^ https://badrairlines.com/en/local-destinations.php
  16. ^ https://badrairlines.com/en/global-destinations.php
  17. ^ https://badrairlines.com/en/global-destinations.php
  18. ^ https://badrairlines.com/en/global-destinations.php
  19. ^ https://badrairlines.com/en/global-destinations.php
  20. ^ ":: Badr Airlines ::". www.badrairlines.com. Retrieved 2017-09-03.

External links

  • Badr Airlines
  • ALS
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