Sun Air (Sudan)

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Sun Air
Sun Air logo.png
IATA ICAO Callsign
1Y SNR SUN GROUP
Founded 2008
Fleet size 3
Headquarters Khartoum, Sudan
Key people Saif M. Saad Omer (Chairman)
Salah A. Mohamed (MD)
Website www.sunairgroup.com

Sun Air is a private airline based in Khartoum, Sudan. It started its operations in June 2008 with a fleet of one Airbus A310-300 aircraft, and three Boeing 737-200 aircraft.

Sun Air presently operates scheduled domestic flights between Khartoum and Juba, Nyala, Port Sudan, Al-Fashir and Geneina. It also operates scheduled international flights between Khartoum and other cities in Africa and the Middle East.

Fleet

The Sun Air fleet consists of the following aircraft (as of 5 July 2011):[1]

Sun Air Fleet
Aircraft In Fleet Passengers
(Business/Economy)
Notes
Boeing 737-200 2 8/102 one is operated for Marsland Aviation
Boeing 737-300 1 8/130 operated by Jordan Aviation
Total 3

External links

  • Sun Air
  • Sun Air Fleet

References

  1. ^ Sun Air Fleet


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