Sun Air Sudan is a privately owned commuter airline that operates scheduled flights out of its hub base, Khartoum International Airport (KRT) in Khartoum, Sudan. The airline was founded in 2008 and began operating in the summer of that same year.
The airline currently operates regular domestic flights to five destinations within Sudan as well as international flights many other cities within Africa and the Middle East.
Overall, the airline has a fleet of 6 aircraft ranging from all from Airbus and Boeing.
The airline's baggage includes all bags, carry-ons, laptop bags, purses and other items. All baggage must be weighed.
There currently aren't any details on the airline's checked baggage allowance, however, once available this information will be added.
The airline mostly operates small flights and there is only one cabin class that is offered by the airline carrier and that is the basic Economy class. The airline gives you amenities such as refreshments, beverages and the option of choosing your seat.
Seats are mapped in a 3 x 3 placement depending on the aircraft, ensuring that each passenger will sit by either a window, aisle or between passengers.
There currently aren't any details on the airline's check-in, however, once available this information will be added.
As of November 2020, the airline has scheduled flights to the 5 domestic destinations within Sudan as well as many other destinations to countries within Africa and the Middle East. These destinations include Juba Khartoum, Nyala, Port Sudan, El-Fasher, Geneina, Abu Dhabi, Sharjah and among others.
We’re super proud of our Trustpilot rating, but don’t just take it from us. See why millions of others love booking their flights through Alternative Airlines
No way, really?! Yes! We’ve partnered with some amazing BNPL payment providers to allow you to pay for your flights over time, with ease.
Khartoum International Airport (KRT) is a public airport in the capital of Sudan, Khartoum. The airport serves over 3.6 million passengers each year. The airport is located in the 40 km south of the centre Khartoum. he airport is serving as the country's main gateway to the world.
The 26 airlines that fly to and from Khartoum International Airport (KRT) includes Sun Air Suda, Sudan Airways, Badr Airlines, Air Arabia, Flynas, Eritrean Airlines, Kenya Airlines, NovoAir, Saudia, Tarco Airlines and many more.
As of November 2020, the airline operates a fleet of 7 aircraft:
The airline doesn't currently have a frequent flyer program.
Sun Air Sudan isn't currently part of any airline alliance.