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She has been a member of the International Air Transport Association, the Arab Air Carriers Organization since 1965,[3] and the African Airlines Association since 1968 and became a founder member together with ten other airlines. 4][nb 1] In December 2011[update] Sudan Airways employed 1,700 people. Initial operation started in July of the same year[8]:90, the first schedule will be released in September.

From the very beginning, Khartoum became the Sudan Airways turnstile. The airline took off from there on four different flights over the entire of Sudan and to Eritrea. Its first flights connected Khartoum with Asmara, Atbara, El Fashir, El Obeid, Geneina, Juba, Kassala, Malakal and Port Sudan, all operated by de Havilland Dove airplanes.

In 1949 Sudan Railways retired from the air carrier's board and the administration and Airwork subsequently ran the business. At the end of March 2010 (2010-03) all Sudanese carriers were prohibited from operating in or within the Member States by the European Union (EU). 38 ][39] All of the following prohibition list contained all carriers with an operating licence that had been awarded in Sudan and prohibited operation in the EU member states.

Sudan Airways recorded 21 accidents/events in December 2011[update], 7 of them fatal, according to the Aviation Safety Network. 66 ] The company's most serious incident occurred in July 2003 (2003-2007) near Port Sudan, when 117 persons were killed in an forced-dive. Sudan Airways issues "unsolvable," says the former officer.

The Sudan Tribune. Archives on April 17, 2015 at the Wayback Machine. Sudan dreams big with new airports. October 31, 2012. Archiveed from the orginal on December 6, 2012. Accessed December 6, 2012. Sudan Airways, the state-owned airline known for its delay, has suffered losses against new airlines with better services. Accessed May 17, 2011.

AFRAA Members - Sudan Airways. Accessed July 20, 2011. International Flight: July 43rd-11th, 1968. Archives from the orginal on 16 January 2013. Accessed January 16, 2013. Abdelaziz, Khalid (December 16, 2011). The Sudan Airways is fighting for survival. Archiveed from the orginal on February 1, 2013.

The world' s carriers - Sudan Airways. Airfare. Archives from the orginal on August 23, 2013. International flight: 747. Archives from the orginal on May 4, 2013. Airfare. Archives from the orginal on August 15, 2013. i. a. t. a. a. was raised to 88 by the admission of Sudan Airways as one of 80 current members.

International flights Archives from the orginal on August 16, 2013. Sudan Airways' first two Comet 4C, ST-AAW, was delivered to Hatfield[sic] three months ahead of the scheduled date on 13 November. Airlines of the Southeast - Sudan Airways. Airfare. Archives from the orginal on August 15, 2013. International flights

Archives from the orginal on August 16, 2013. Here in Schiphol is the first of three Friendship 200 for Sudan Airways, which will supersede the seven DC-3 and four moves on domestic and international flights. Friends for Sudan. International Flight Archives from the orginal on August 15, 2013.

International Flight August 16, 1962. Archives from the orginal on August 15, 2013. British United's Blue Nile discount service between London and Sudan on Sudan's request is expected to stop when the comets enter service next year. International Flight Archives from the orginal on August 16, 2013.

udan Airways has ordered a forth friendly ship, which is scheduled for delivery in December this year. International Flight Archives from the orginal on August 16, 2013. Last months delivery of the hundredth Twin Otter, which will be manufactured by de Havilland Canada in Downsview, Ontario, to Sudan Airways - the second of three for the carrier.

International Flight Archives from the orginal on 30 August 2013. 1970 Sudan Airways". International Flight Archives from the orginal on 30 August 2013. International Flight Archives from the orginal on 30 August 2013. It is alleged that Sudan Airways has ordered two 737s for shipment next year.

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Accessed April 21, 2012. In June Sudan Airways was privatized with the arrival of two new shareholders, the AREF Investment Group in Kuwait and the Faiha Holding Company of Sudan. Sudan' s goverment is selling 70% of the airline. Archiveed from the orginal on November 10, 2012. Accessed November 10, 2012. Archiveed from the orginal on September 7, 2012.

Accessed September 7, 2012. Sudan founds its domestic carrier. Archives from the orginal on August 15, 2013. "The Sudanese carrier is grounded." Archiveed from the orginal on September 7, 2012. Accessed September 7, 2012. "The Sudan Founds a Domestic Airline." Archives from the orginal on August 15, 2013. Reprieve for Sudan Air.

Archives from the orginal on August 15, 2013. Sudan will lift the two week suspended period at its own level. Archives from the orginal on August 15, 2013. The Sudanese population is in difficulty, even without penalties. Archiveed from the orginal on September 7, 2012. Accessed September 7, 2012. EU prohibits all Sudanese carriers for security reasons.

The Sudan Tribune. Archiveed from the orginal on April 21, 2012. Accessed December 5, 2012. Archiveed from the orginal (PDF) on August 6, 2009. Archives from the orginal (PDF) of 27 December 2009. Archives from the orginal (PDF) on 30 May 2010. Archiveed from the orginal (PDF) on January 22, 2011.

April 20, 2011. Archive ed from the orginal (PDF) on September 2, 2011. Archiveed from the orginal (PDF) on January 24, 2012. April 3, 2012. Archive ed from the orginal (PDF) on April 21, 2012. December 4, 2012. Archive ed from the orginal (PDF) on December 5, 2012. Bekele, Kalayesus (November 30, 2013).

Archives on December 11, 2013 at the Wayback Machine. udan Airways. Archives on April 30, 2016 at the Wayback Machine. Planning your trip. udan Airways. Accessed June 25, 2016. Sudan Airways Fleet. May 4, 2013. Archives from the orginal on May 4, 2013. Sudan Airways Fleet. ch-aviation GmbH.

Archiveed from the orginal on September 7, 2015. Sudan Airways Fleet. ch-aviation Ltd. Archives from the orginal on May 7, 2014. Klee, Ulrich & Bucher, Frank et al. . jp airline-Flotten internationale 1999/2000. Accident Achievement for Sudan Airways. Network for flight safety. December 12, 2011.

Accessed December 17, 2011. Accident report for ST-AAM in the Aviation Safety Network. Accessed December 17, 2011. Crash in Sudan" (pdf). International flight: 314. Accessed July 7, 2011. On 21 February a Sudan Airways DC-3 (ST-AAM) hit the walls of a Khartoum home during a practice outing.

Accident report for ST-AAY in the Aviation Safety Network. Accessed December 28, 2011. International flight: 962. December 16, 1971. Accessed July 7, 2011. Sudan Airways' friendship landed on 6 December on a Malakal-Juba service. International flight: 1025. December 30, 1971.

Accessed July 7, 2011. Sailors from the wreck of a Fokker Friendship of Sudan Airways, which arrived between Juba and Malakal on 6 December, are now to be captured by rebellious people. Event definition for ST-ADX in the Aviation Safety Network. Accessed December 12, 2011. International flight: 704.

Accessed May 17, 2011. On May 10th, a Fokker F.27 from Sudan Airways, ST-ADX, rolled over the airstrip of El Obeid. International flight: 547. Accessed May 27, 2011. On 18 March, the twin viper that went down near Khartoum (flight last week) was ST-ADB of Sudan Airways. Event descriptions for ST-ADW at the Aviation Safety Network.

Accessed December 12, 2011. International flight: 1786. Accessed June 7, 2011. The Sudan Airways F.27 ST-ADW was destroyed when the nose wheel crashed at the launch of El Fasher on 6 June. Event definition for ST-AIM in the Aviation Security Network. Accessed December 12, 2011. Air carrier security: 1982 examined - NON-FATAL ACCIDENTS/INCIDENTS:

International flight: 205 - 208. Accessed June 16, 2011. Event descriptions for ST-AAS at the Aviation Safety Network. Accessed December 12, 2011. Event descriptions for ST-AAR at the Aviation Safety Network. Accessed December 12, 2011. Event definition for ST-ADY in the Aviation Safety Network. Accessed December 17, 2011.

Chivers, C.J. (March 3, 2011). Archives from the orginal on August 16, 2013. International flight: August 37-30, 1986. Accessed May 27, 2011. While a Sudan Airways Fokker F.27 was fired by the Sudan People's Liberation Army with a ground-to-air rocket that killed 57 people and three members of the flight force, the main airways over East Africa are still occupied.

Shooting took place on or before August 17 and was not immediately announced. It is claimed by the Sri Lankan press that the rocket was a Sam-7 taken prisoner by the Armed Forces of Sudan. This civilian plane was on its way from Malakal in the north to Khartoum, which is about 500 km away. Event descriptions for ST-AAA at the Aviation Safety Network.

Accessed December 12, 2011. AIRLINES SAFETY REPORT - NON-FATAL ACCIDENTS/INCIDENTS: International flight: 25 to 29 January - 4 February 1992. Accessed June 17, 2011. Event descriptions for ST-AFL at the Aviation Safety Network. Accessed December 12, 2011. Non lethal casualties and incidents: regular passengers flights" (pdf).

International flight: 30 - 32. Accessed June 29, 2011. Event definition for ST-SSD in the Aviation-SAFN. Accessed December 12, 2011. Security Audit - NON FIATAL ACIDENTS AND INCIDENTS: International flight: 41 - 42. Accessed June 29, 2011. Accident report for ST-AFK in the Aviation Security Network.

Accessed December 18, 2011. Accident report for ST-ATN in the Aviation Safety Network. Retracted on January 25, 2012. Accident report for ST passenger cars in the Aviation Safety Network. Accessed December 17, 2011. Archiveed from the orginal on August 2, 2012. Accessed August 2, 2012. "Jordanian freighter crashed into the UAE, six members of the flight crews died."

Archiveed from the orginal on August 2, 2012. Accessed August 2, 2012. Archives on April 7, 2016 at the Wayback Machine.

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