Badr Airlines is a commuter airline that operates scheduled flights within the Middle East, Africa, and Europe. The carrier operates out of its main hub at Khartoum International Airport (KRT), based in Khartoum, Sudan. The airline was formerly known as Sarit Airlines which was founded in 1997 and then later rebranded in 2004 rebranded Badr Airlines. Along with offering scheduled flights, the airline also operates cargo and passenger air services for humanitarian aid missions and chartered VIP flights.
Overall, the airline has a fleet of 15 aircraft ranging from Boeing and Embraer that can in total carry 1,620 passengers at one time.
Badr Airlines currently operates 21 regularly scheduled flights within destinations in the Middle East, Africa, and Europe. These include Sudan, Egypt, South Sudan, Qatar, Nigeria, Chad, Turkey, and many others.
Looking for flights to Sudan? Badr Airlines operates private charter and scheduled passenger flights within Sudan, and other destinations in the Middle East, Africa, and Europe.
As of August 2021, the airline has scheduled flights to 8 domestic destinations within Sudan and 13 international destinations within the Middle East, Africa, and Europe. Popular destinations include Cairo, Kano, Ridah, Istanbul, Dubai, Abu Dhabi, and others.
|El Fasher||BLI||El Fasher Airport|
|El Obeid||FRD||El Obeid Airport|
|Port Sudan||-||Port Sudan New Airport|
|Egypt||Cairo||CAI||Cairo International Airport|
|Ethiopia||Addis Ababa||ADD||Addis Ababa Bole International Airport|
|Nigeria||Kano||KAN||Mallam Aminu Kano International Airport|
|Qatar||Doha||DOH||Hamad International Airport|
|Saudi Arabia||Jeddah||JED||King Abdulaziz International Airport|
|Saudi Arabia||Riyadh||RUH||King Khalid International Airport|
|South Sudan||Juba||JUB||Juba Airport|
|South Sudan||Wau||WUU||Wau Airport|
|South Sudan||Malakal||MAK||Malakal Airport|
|Chad||N'Djamena||NDJ||N'Djamena International Airport|
|United Arab Emirates||Dubai||DXB||Dubai International Airport|
|United Arab Emirates||Abu Dhabi||AUH||Abu Dhabi International Airport|
Badr Airlines passengers are permitted to take 23kg of baggage per person and not exceed 157 linear centimeters (length + width + height). Any additional baggage will be charged at the current excess baggage rate. The airline isn't allowed to take hazardous materials such as flammables, compressed gases, batteries, and toxic substances. If you are not certain if the goods you will be taking may be denied loading.
The airline's baggage allowance includes all bags, carry-ons, laptop bags, purses and other items. All baggage must be weighed.
Passengers on Badr Airlines can take onboard up to 114 centimeters combined width, length, and height dimensions with no maximum weight.
There is only one cabin class that is provided on the aircraft and that is the standard Economy class. The airline gives you amenities such as the one free checked piece of baggage, snacks, drinks, and the option of choosing your seat.
Seats are positioned in a 3 x 3 formation depending on the aircraft, ensuring that each passenger will sit by either a window, aisle or between passengers.
Online check-in before your flight isn't required when travelling with the airline.
As passengers arrive at the terminal of the airport, they will be required to hand in their boarding pass so the airline will then take care of their luggage. It would take a few minutes to get checked in. The airline emphasis that passengers are advised to arrive 3 hours before their scheduled departure time and closes an hour before. The airline crew from there will be ready to help in the check-in and boarding process.
As of August 2021, the airline operates a fleet of 15 aircraft:
The airline does not currently offer a frequent flyer program.
The airline is not currently part of an airline alliance program.
Khartoum Airport (KRT) is a public and military airport in Khartoum, Sudan. The airport serves over 3.6 million passengers a year. The airport is located within the heart of the capital and is looking to relocate to Omdurman 40 kilometers south of the center of Khartoum in 2022.