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Republic of The Sudan Ministry of the presidency Affairs Civil Aviation Authority

Sudan Airports

Information Directory 2007

Public Relations & Information Directorate


Page No

CONTENTS

Page No

Acknowlegement

4

Domesic Airports

64

Forward

5

Kadogli Airport

65

SudanCivil Aviation

6

Merowe Airport

69

Specialized Directorates

10

Malakal Airport

73

Basic Definitions

14

Wau Airport

75

Airtaffic routes

16

Wadi Halfa Airport

78

Khartoum Airport

19

Atbara Airport

82

Portsudan Airport

29

El Debba Airport

84

Dungola Airport

35

El Damazeen Airport

86

El Obied Airport

41

Sudanese Air strips

89

El Fashir Airport

45

Tourism Areas near airports

92

Nyala Airport

48

Airports Contacts Numbers

94

Kasala Airport

52

Private Airlines Operating

96

Juba Airport

56

Foreign Airlines Operating

97

El Genena Airport

60


Acknowledgement We have the pleasure to express our deep gratefulness and thanks to all those who have contributed in the production of this work which will never be possible safe the views and valuable information they provided. It is not astonishing, as they represent leading and specialized directorates in the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) that work integrally and harmonically. What we have done is just establishing links between these directorates to highlight this bright image in the forthcoming pages. The directors and staff of the following directorates are speciďŹ cally meant: -

General Directorate of Regional Airports General Directorate of Central planning General Directorate of Air Navigation Services General Directorate of Administrative Affairs General Directorate of Financial Affairs Air Transport Directorate Airport Managers

- Aeronautical Information Section And all those who help

Public Relation and Information Directorate


rd a rw Fo I have the pleasure to introduce to the honorable reader, on behalf of the Civil Aviation Authority – Sudan, this Information Directory which contains some basic information about Sudan airports and highlights their recent technical capabilities and the air traffic there in which continuously increasing and ever modernized These airports, spread in 17 Sudanese cities that distributed in different states of the country in a manner that almost covers all its far remote areas, had been providing various services to air transport sector and linking Sudan with the outside world since the forties of the past century. Additionally, they contributed in enhancing economic and social development taking no consideration to profits as most of these airports are still providing services on a non-profit basis where the operational expenses exceed revenues. Intuitively, an airport is not complete by just constructing the runway and the buildings. It must be equipped with navigational aids, telecommunication equipment and ground aids, which, as a whole, had been the focal point to CAA; besides meeting technical and security requirements that are essential for airport management. Again I’m pleased to introduce this directory _ the first of its kind that addresses the public aiming at disseminating aviation culture, assuring the mutually beneficial relation between CAA and its public and highlighting the effective role of CAA in establishing AV infrastructure which represent the base for economic development. Of course, this directory is not intended to be used as a guide for flight operations which have their specialized manuals issued by the relevant authorities in the CAA. Major-General , engineer Abu Bakr Ja’far Director General CAA - Sudan

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Civil Aviation Authority – Sudan Start and Progress Civil Aviation Authority was established in 1936. It was an office attached to the British Administrative Secretary during the British Colonial era in Sudan. Its activity was limited to issuing overflying and landing permissions to aircraft whereas technical services had been provided by foreign companies up to Sudan Independence in 1956, where all corporations were nationalized and the work system was change from commercial to public system. At that time the Civil Aviation Department was established under the supervision of Transport and Tourism Administration. It joined the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) in the same year. Sudan Air Act, and the relevant regulations, was issued in 1960 to regulate domestic and international air transport in Sudan airspace. In the same year Civil Aviation Department was subjoined to the Ministry of Defence. The Civil Aviation Department was changed to an independent authority under the sponsorship of the Minister of National Defence according to a republican 7— Sudan Airports - Information Directory


Objectives - Developing and providing aviation services that guarantee flourishing and enhancing commercial and strategic air transport. - Ensuring safety of Sudan airspace, airports and air strips. - Reflecting the role of Sudan in international events by effective participation in the field of civil aviation and air transport. - Developing and managing civil aviation, upgrading and encouraging domestic and international air transport and securing its safety and technical, administrative and economic progress to serve the national interest. - Conducting researches and studies and making plans to complete, improve and provide civil aviation services. - Constructing the best airports and their premises, providing the best methods of [regulating] domestic and international air transports according to the international standards and requirements 8— Sudan Airports - Information Directory

CAA represents the Republic of Sudan in various regional and international organization of civil aviation. It also represents Sudan in the ministerial and local committees regarding aviation industry and fully cooperates with relevant authorities to carry out its


purposes and implement Sudan Air Act.

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Responsibilities - Providing air traffic services including air traffic control, surveillance, aeronautical telecommunication, aeronautical information and search and rescue. - Technical and economic regulations of aviation industry including air transport permissions and determination of air transport tariff for

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passengers, cargo and mail. - Ensuring air safety via air worthiness and flight operations activities which include licensing air crew, aircraft maintenance engineers and aircraft, issuing permissions to airports and air transport companies and issuing air worthiness certificates. - Concluding international agreements that permit the air transport companies link Sudan with other countries and enable foreign and domestic air

transport make use of air navigation and ground services. - Construction, maintenance and management of airports. - Maintaining navigational aids, telecommunication networks and firefighting facilities in accordance with the international standards laid down by ICAO.

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Specialized Directorates of CAA CAA contains several specialized directorates in the field of aviation and air transport [regulation] . These directorates are responsible for the safety and security of both aircraft and passengers. Here is a brief of their major responsibilities: Air worthiness Directorate a. issuing, renewal and withdrawal of air worthiness certificates which are rendered to aircraft after ensuring that aircraft has complied with airworthiness requirements, b. supervising the registration of aircraft in the Sudanese civil aircraft registry and checking the capability of aircraft for work and its compliance with the technical rules and regulations issued by the CAA and, c. issuing permissions to engineering companies and organizations in the field of aircraft maintenance inside and outside Sudan after checking theirDirectory capability to carry out 12— Sudan Airports - Information

maintenance; besides giving permissions of maintenance schedules and air test schedules. Directorate of Safety and Flight Operations a. ensuring that aircraft operators, airports and air traffic services providers hold relevant permissions for operation, b. ensuring that personnel working in aviation field hold relevant certificates and licenses in accordance with relevant ICAO rules and regulations c. ensuring the existence of basic safety rules and continuously controlling them so as to realize the highest level of safety. Air Transport Directorate a. concluding bilateral air transport agreements with other countries, b. giving permissions for aircraft to overfly Sudan airspace and to land in the Sudanese airports and


Personnel Licensing Directorate There are two kinds of licensing: - aircraft crew members licensing which includes pilots, flight engineers, navigators and air hosts, - ground staff which includes air traffic controllers, operators, flight operations officers and load masters. Responsibilities: a. issuing and renewal of various civil aviation licenses b. equating foreign licenses to Sudanese licenses according to civil aviation regulations which adhere to ICAO regulations. c. Adding new certificate and qualifications to licenses

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General Directorate of Air Navigation Services Air navigation is the general term adopted by ICAO to denote the art of aircraft movement from one place to another using multiple aids such as navigational aids, surveillance and telecommunication equipment and systems which are integrally used to provide air traffic services with the aim of maintaining safe, expeditious and orderly flow of air traffic. Air Navigation Services Directorate is composed of two directorates: Air traffic services Directorate

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and Airways Engineering Directorate. Air traffic services include: air traffic control, aeronautical telecommunication, and aeronautical information and search and rescue services. Duties and Responsibilities: a. supervising air traffic management by issuing orders that guarantees its continuity, b. supervising the improvement and upgrading of navigational aids and aeronautical telecommunication equipment, c. ensuring continuous operation of navigational aids and communication equipment in all Sudanese airports, d. conducting studies regarding instrument approach systems, instrument landing systems and establishing air routes, e. determining navigational aids, surveillance and telecommunication equipment specifications.

Basic Definitions Airport: a defined area on land or water intended to be used for the arrival, departure and surface movement of aircraft. Airports can be distinguished on the basis of aircraft type they serve. International Airport: Any airport assigned by the State to be used for the entry and departure of international air traffic where the formalities such as customs, immigration, general health,

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plant and animal quarantine and similar procedures are carried out. Regional Airport: An airport of a small or medium town which is mainly served by short-term regional airlines. Alternate Airport: an airport to which an aircraft may proceed when landing at the intended destination becomes technically inadvisable or impossible. Private Airport: An airport used by charters, aviation clubs, and the likes. Gate way Airport: An international airport represents the first entry point or the last departure point for international air traffic in a Contracting State. Heliport: An airport or a defined area on a structure intended to be used for the arrival, departure, and surface movement of helicopters.

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Commercial Airport: An airport used by the public and provides services for passengers, cargo, and commercial aircraft. Port Stoll: An airport specially designed for aircraft of short departure/arrival


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Distances between Sudanese Airports (in Marine Mile) El dabba

El gadarif

Atbara

W. Halfa

Damazeen

Merowe

Kasala

Wau

Malakal

Juba

Kadogli

El geneina

Nyala

El Fashir

El Obeidh

Dongola

Portsudan

172

183

155

378

248

177

218

540

363

642

312

600

492

436

200

248

352

367

334

207

352

485

314

247

882

672

929

659

922

837

769

550

387

76

413

225

169

496

90

408

699

579

858

482

572

532

444

361

294

302

351

523

245

330

378

350

230

502

124

455

316

288

419

583

562

605

539

473

648

385

444

641

296

168

95

499

619

627

695

552

552

692

315

423

584

285

169

561

751

717

719

704

617

814

474

590

748

448

418

374

467

646

275

454

462

229

149

392

787

595

781

1012

445

812

686

267

281

507

347

507

732

207

531

441

245

640

578

695

866

448

679

670

347

94

192

670

242

318

55

328

135

201

423

421

151

354

620

228

507

283

178

226

343 343

Kartoum Khartoum

352

Portsudan

387

248

Dongola

361

550

200

El Obeid

288

444

769

436

El Fashir

95

316

532

837

492

Nyala

169

168

455

572

922

600

El Geneina

448

285

296

124

482

659

312

Kadogli

392

748

584

641

502

858

929

642

Juba

281

149

590

423

444

230

579

672

363

Malakal

245

267

229

474

315

385

350

699

882

540

Wau

670

441

686

462

814

692

648

378

408

247

218

Kasala

318

679

531

812

454

617

552

473

330

90

314

177

Merowe

423

242

448

207

445

275

704

552

539

245

496

485

248

Damazeen

620

201

670

866

732

1012

646

719

695

605

523

169

352

378

W. Halfa

283

354

135

192

695

507

781

467

717

627

562

351

225

207

155

Atbara

226

507

151

328

94

578

347

595

374

751

619

583

302

413

334

183

El Gadarif

178

228

421

55

347

640

507

787

418

561

499

419

294

76

367

172

El Dabba

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El Obied

Sudanese International Airports Khartoum

Portsudan

Dongola

Nyala

El Fashir

El Geneina

Juba

Kasala 19— Sudan Airports - Information Directory


Khartoum

International Airport

HSSS

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Khartoum International Airport - HSSS The City:

Khartoum is the capital of Sudan and one of the biggest African cities. It is located in the centre of the country at the confluence of the White Nile and the Blue Nile. Almost 30% of the total population of Sudan reside in Khartoum which represent the political as well as the economic capital. Start and Progress: Khartoum airport was established in the aftermath of World War II in 1947. The expansion started in 1956 by constructing the control tower and the aeronautical telecommunication centre. A passenger terminal for international flight was established in the sixties of the last century. A terminal for domestic flights was established as well. The seventies and eighties witnessed expansions in different premises of the airport. Since the nineties up to now, Khartoum airport has experienced major modernization and upgrading processes by expansion, addition and rehabilitation of terminals. These include constructing

the VIP and the Presidential Lounges, rehabilitation

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of the runway and the apron and upgrading navigational aids and facilities. Location: Khartoum airport is located in the heart of Khartoum; 2.5 km from the city centre at longitude 15.35 and latitude 30.23 and height 1260 feet above sea level. Technical Capabilities: There is a paved runway extending 2980m long and

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45m width with runway lighting. It has five taxiways. The total area of the apron is 10,400 m2. Navigational Aids: - Instrument Landing System (ILS) - Radar, serving civil aircraft - Distant Measuring Equipment (VOR DME). Air Calibration Unit checks the efficiency of navigational aids. The airport works 24 hours.


Terminals All terminals are located in the north side of the airport safe the Haj and Omrah terminal which is in the southern side of the airport. 1. Presidential Lounge: This lounge is located in the northern side of the airport and assigned for the reception and parting of officials and international delegations. It consists of two parts: The presidential hall in the eastern part; contains a journalists hall, a chamber and an office for the president and a reception hall. The Ministerial Hall in the western part; contains ladies hall, services rooms and an office. The presidential hall has two main entrances in addition to the subsidiary entrances. It is linked with a separate street that leads directly to the city and does not affected by airport closure. 2. VIP Lounges: It consists of a reception hall, procedures hall and services hall which contains a cafeteria, free shops,

and three waiting halls constructed by and named after three different companies notably: Sudatel hall, Kenana Sugar hall and Dal Group hall. All these halls are equipped with readable screen, public address, internet and fire fighting machines. They are furnished in the most modern fashion to provide the best services of the reception and farewell of government officials, diplomats, business men and investors. 3. Departure Terminal: 23— Sudan Airports - Information Directory


the first class passenger’s hall which prepared to provide the best services for economy and first class passengers.

4. Arrival Terminal: Expanding for six simultaneous flights of heavy aircraft, the arrival terminal is located in the northern It is located in the centre of the airport with a capacity of three simultaneous flights of heavy aircraft. As a result of the continuous growth of air traffic, this terminal is expanded by adding a new building that raises its capacity to eight simultaneous flights. It consists of a public hall, a baggage weight hall equipped with advanced equipment, immigration, custom and health quarantine authority’s hall in addition to the flight safety hall which represents the final waiting hall for passengers. There is also 24— Sudan Airports - Information Directory


receptor hall, departure and a separate arrival hall; there are cafeteria, prayer place separated and anther for women, a telephone cabinet and flight inquiry office. 6. Haj and Omar Terminal Having area of 2000 m and capacity of two simultaneous flightsof heavyaircraft,Haj(Relgnmage) and Omrah terminal is located in the southern side

part of the airport for the reception of international flights passengers. It is equipped with baggage belts and trolleys and there are offices for migration and custom authorities. 5. Domestic Terminal This terminal is located in the northern side of the air port with capacity of three simultaneous flights of light aircraft. It is equipped with advanced security and safety equipment. The terminal is divided into 25— Sudan Airports - Information Directory


of Khartoum airport. The terminal is divided into the following halls: baggage weight hall whose area is 800 m and equipped with baggage belts, counters, electronic net for passport checking and Public Address. Custom hall is equipped with counters and X-Ray machines. Having an area of 1000m, flight safety hall expands for 900 passengers. A public parking whose area is 1200m and expands for 145 autos of different sizes is established in southern side of the terminal in addition to a reception hall, a cafeteria and a mosque attached to the terminal.

Aircraft Fuel Khartoum airport provide aircraft fuel, which is transported form Eljailee Oil Refinery, for international and domestic airlines. This service is provided to airlines per contracts safe the overflying aircraft which are treated on cash basis. Petronas and Shell Companies provide the service. Metrological Services: The General Metrological Authority provides metrological services through Khartoum metrological station on 24-hours basis rendering observations, short-term and long-term forecasts. It also provides the control tower with weather reports on 24-hours basis. The briefing office (aeronautical information services) provides pilots with necessary information. Civil Defence: Civil Defence Department works to drive back aircraft disasters and fire when they happen. The department has 8 crash tenders, 4 ambulances and

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evacuation equipment. Khartoum airport is classified as CAT 8. Ground Handling Companies Ground handling companies load and unload passengers’ baggage to and from aircraft. Five companies work in this field: Sudan Airways, Max, Ahba, United Arabian and Saudia Arabian Airlines. Aviation Security: Aviation Security Directorate maintains the safety and security of airport through its qualified staff that trained according to the best international standard and coordinates its activities with various security authorities within the airport. Other Services within the Airport: Flight inquiries department provides passengers with flight information through its offices distributed in all terminals or through telephone. E-enquiry is now in progress to be introduced through SMS massages. The cafeteria has branches in all terminals and 27— Sudan Airports - Information Directory


A car, fully equipped with moveable and fixed chairs in the body of the car which consists of a conditioned hall fixed to a hydraulic lift to put it before the aircraft entrance and vice versa, transports the disables and sick persons whose conditions require special transport through the terminals and to and from the aircraft. provides its services to passengers and the public on 24-hours basis. Banks and Exchange offices are in the arrival and departure terminals. There offices provide booking service for hotels which are located inside the city. There is a big mosque in the outer area having a separate prayers place for women. Duty Free Shops Company has many show halls in arrival and departure terminals and the VIP lounge. Transportation there are many limousine and car rent companies in addition to the airport taxi. Additional Services 28— Sudan Airports - Information Directory


Portsudan

International Airport

HSPN

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Start and Progress: The work in Portsudan airport started in 1989 but it was stopped during Gulf War I. In 1992 the work was restarted and the airport was officially opened. It is expected to play a major role in activating tourism. It is the alternate airport for Khartoum airport. Location: Portsudan airport is located in the northern side of the city at 26 km from the city centre at longitude 62,60,1 and latitude 37,14 and height 1421 feet above

Portsudan International Airport - HSPN The City: Located in the far north east of the country and regarded as the gateway of Sudan to other countries through Portsudan port. It is one of the most important free zones in Africa and the first commercial city in Sudan. 30— Sudan Airports - Information Directory


339 KHZ - Global Positioning System (GPS) - The airport works on 24-hours basis Terminals International Departure Terminal Contains the baggage weight and travel procedures hall whose area is 473m and the flight safety and custom hall with total area of 567.5m. Domestic Departure Terminal contains the weight hall whose area is 300m and the flight safety and custom hall

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with total area of 220.5m. Domestic departure terminal expands for 1500 passengers. The area of the VIP Lounge is 240m. The international arrival terminal’s area is 675m whereas the area of domestic arrival terminal is 452m. The public terminal expands for 200 passengers.

A Metrological unit works on 24-hours basis and issue a weather report every half an hour. Civil Defence: There is a Civil Defence unit equipped with search and

Aircraft Fuel Petronas and Shell Companies provide aircraft fuel, JET A1. Metrological Unit:

rescue equipment and crash tenders. The airport is classified as CAT 5. Aviation Security: An Aviation Security Unit maintains the safety and 32— Sudan Airports - Information Directory


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Hotels are located inside the city. A mosque. A show hall of Duty Free Shops Company. Air lines provide transportation from the airport to the city and vice versa in addition to taxies.

security of airport through its qualified staff trained according to the best international standard and coordinates its activities with various security authorities within the airport. Other Services within the Airport: - Flight inquiries office, tel. 281 - A cafeteria provides services to passengers and the public and works on 24-hours basis. - Banks and Exchange offices are inside the city

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Dongola

International Airport

HSDN

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Dongola International Airport - HSDN The City: The capital of the Northern State and one of the most important cities in the north as it is a major commercial centre near to the neighboring countries. Agriculture in the Nile banks is the major activity of its population. Start and Progress: The work in Dongola airport started in the mid 1976 was accomplished in the beginning of 1987. The airport was composed of one terminal and a sand strip that receives Fakers aircraft only. In 1990 rehabilitation and modernization works, aiming at upgrading the airport to an international airport, started. The new terminals, tower and paved runway were opened in June 1992.

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Location: The airport is located in the western side of the city at 7 km from the city centre at longitude 19º 99’ and latitude 30º 25’ 40” and height 772 feet above sea level. Average temperature is 34º Technical Capabilities: There is a paved runway extending 3000m×45m equipped with runway lighting. It has one taxiway

100×23m. The total area of the apron is 57,600m2. Navigational Aids: Distant and direction measuring equipment and aircraft positioning equipment include : - VOR at frequency 113.1 MHZ - Distant Measuring Equipment (DME) works on station 87X. - Instrument Landing System (ILS) works at frequency 339 KHZ - Global Positioning System (GPS) - The airport works on 24-hours basis


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Terminals International Departure Terminal Contains the baggage weight and travel procedures hall whose area is 473m and the flight safety and custom hall with total area of 567.5m. Domestic Departure Terminal contains the weight hall whose area is 300m and the flight safety and custom hall with total area of 220.5m. Domestic departure terminal expands for 1500 passengers. The area of the VIP Lounge is 240m. The international arrival terminal’s area is 675m whereas the area of domestic arrival terminal is 452m. The public terminal expands for 200 passengers. Aircraft Fuel Petronas and Shell Companies provide aircraft fuel, JET A1. Metrological Unit: A Metrological unit works on 24-hours basis and issue a weather report every half an hour. Civil Defence: 38— Sudan Airports - Information Directory


There is a Civil Defence unit equipped with search and rescue equipment and crash tenders. The airport is classified as CAT 5. Aviation Security: An Aviation Security Unit maintains the safety and security of airport through its qualified staff trained according to the best international standard and coordinates its activities with various security authorities within the airport. Other Services within the Airport: - Flight inquiries office, tel. 281 - A cafeteria provides services to passengers and the public and works on 24-hours basis. - Banks and Exchange offices are inside the city - Hotels are located inside the city. - A mosque. - A show hall of Duty Free Shops Company. - Air lines provide transportation from the airport to the city and vice versa in addition to taxies. 39— Sudan Airports - Information Directory


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ElObied

International Airport

HSOB

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The City: El Obied is one of the historical cities in Sudan. It had been the capital of the Mahadist State and now it is the capital of North Kordofan State. It has the biggest crops market in West Africa and the biggest market for gum – Arabic. There are many tourism areas in El Obied. Start and Progress: The airport, established in the beginning of the seventies of the past century, had been receiving a limited number of aircraft. When the upgrading and expansion works were accomplished in 2000, the airport becomes ready to receive all aircraft types. It is used as an alternate airport to Khartoum airport. Location: The airport is located in the southern side of the city; 6 km from the city centre at longitude 30º 9’E and latitude 13º 57’ 72”N and height 1912 feet above sea level. Average temperature is 39º 42— Sudan Airports - Information Directory

Technical Capabilities: There is a paved runway extending 3000m×45m equipped with runway lighting. It has one taxiway 100×23m. The total area of the apron is 57,600 m2. Navigational Aids: Distant and direction measuring equipment and aircraft positioning equipment include: VOR, DME and


NDB. The airport works on 24-hours basis. Terminals There are three terminals each expands for 150 passengers: the VIP lounge whose area is 370m2, a Departure Terminal Contains baggage weight and custom halls with total area of 2350 m2 and the arrival terminal whose area is 370 m2.

Aircraft Fuel Shell, Nile and Mathew Companies provide aircraft fuel, JET A1. Metrological Services: There is a metrological ofďŹ ce works on 24-hours basis and issue a weather report every half an hour requested from Khartoum. 43— Sudan Airports - Information Directory


Civil Defence: There is a civil defence unit equipped with search and rescue equipment, ambulances and crash tenders. The airport is classified as CAT4

Aviation Security: An Aviation Security Unit maintains the safety and security of airport through its qualified staff trained according to the best international standard; and coordinates its activities with various security authorities within the airport. Ground Handling Companies Ground handling companies are Sudan Airways and Hala Air. Other Services within the Airport: - Flight inquiries office, tel. 0611- 23532. - A cafeteria provides services to passengers and the public on 24-hours basis. - Banks and Exchange offices are inside the city - hotels are inside the city - Transportation between the airport and the city is by taxi

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ElFashir

International Airport

HSFS

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The City: El Fashir is the capital of North Darfur State and one of the most important cities in western Sudan; being the center of different economic activities: agriculture, cattle breeding and commerce. It is one of the greatest commercial and tourism centres in Sudan. Start and Progress: The airport was established in 1939, as a military airport, during World War II, after which the airport administration was handled to the Civil Aviation Department. The runway, extending 1200m long, was made of sand gravel. Rehabilitation works started in the late eighties when the runway was paved from both sides and expanded to be 2000m long. In 1991 the runway extending 3000 was constructed to receive the heaviest aircraft types (jumbo). A control tower was also established according to international standards. Location: El Fashir airport is located in the western side of the city; 3.5 km from the city centre between longitude 25º 19’E and latitude13º 36’N at height 393 feet above sea 46— Sudan Airports - Information Directory

level. Average temperature is 39º. The total area of the airport is 20,303, 789 m2.

Technical Capabilities: There is a paved runway extending 2970m×45m


equipped with runway lighting. There are three taxiways: A, B and C in addition to two new taxiways extending 150×30. The total area of the apron is 300,000m2 expands for 8 heavy aircraft or 14 light aircraft. Navigational Aids: Distant and direction measuring equipment and aircraft positioning equipment include: - VOR at frequency 115 MHZ - Distant Measuring Equipment (DME) works on station 97X. - NDB at frequency 115 KHZ - Extended VHF. The airport works on 12-hours basis and at night when necessary. Terminals There is one terminals used as departure and arrival terminal simultaneously. Aircraft Fuel Mathew Company provides aircraft fuel, JET A1 with capacity of 65,000 gallon. 47— Sudan Airports - Information Directory


Other Services within the Airport: Metrological Services: A weather report is issued every half an hour requested from Khartoum. Civil Defence: There is a Civil Defence unit equipped with search and rescue equipment, ambulances and crash tenders. The airport is classified as CAT5 Aviation Security: An Aviation Security Unit maintains the safety and security of airport through its qualified staff trained according to the best international standard and coordinates its activities with various security authorities within the airport. Ground Handling Companies: Sudan Airways provides ground handling services. 48— Sudan Airports - Information Directory

- Flight inquiries office, tel. 24242. - A cafeteria provides services to passengers and the public on 24-hours basis. - A book shop. - Banks and Exchange offices are inside the city - hotels are inside the city - A mosque. - Transportation between the airport and the city is by taxi


Nyala

International Airport

HSNN

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The City: Nyala is the capital of South Darfur State and one of the richest cities in western Sudan with the agricultural and animal products. It is the biggest commercial exchange centre in western Sudan. Start and Progress: The airport was established in two phases: the first phase started in 1993 and finished in 1997 while the second phase continued from 2002 to 2003. Location: Nyala airport is located in the North-east side of the city; 8 km from the city centre between longitude 24º 57’ 3”E and latitude 12º 3’N at height 210 feet above sea level. Technical Capabilities: There is a paved runway extending 3000m × 45m equipped with runway lighting. It has two taxiways 250×23m. The total area of the apron is 30,000m2 Navigational Aids: Distant and direction measuring equipment and aircraft 50— Sudan Airports - Information Directory

positioning equipment include: - VHF, DME, SSBAND VOR The airport works on 12-hours basis. Terminals There is a departure terminal (300m2) and expands for 115 passengers, an arrival terminal (210m2) expands for 50 passengers and VIP terminal (210m2) expands for 50 passengers. Aircraft Fuel Mathew and Shell Companies provide aircraft fuel, JET


A1. Metrological Services: A weather report, requested from Khartoum, is issued every half an hour by the metrological unit. Civil Defence: There is a Civil Defence unit equipped with search and rescue equipment, ambulances and crash tenders. The airport is classified as CAT5

Aviation Security: An Aviation Security Unit maintains the safety and security of airport through its qualified staff trained according to the best international standard and coordinates its activities with various security authorities within the airport. Other Services within the Airport: - Flight inquiries office. - A cafeteria

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Kasala

International Airport

HSKA

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Kasala International Airport - HSKA The City: Kasala is located in the midway of the national road connecting Khartoum and Port Sudan. The total area of the city is 3,670 km. Kasala, the headquarter of Kasala Province, contains numbers of important development schemes such as Khashm Algirba Agricultural Scheme and Khashm Algirba Sugar Factory in addition to the plantation of vegetables and fruits. Camels are exported to Gulf States through Kasala which has wonderful nature including Mount

Toteel and the River Gash a fact that makes the city a center of attraction for tourists. Start and Progress: The airport was established in 1975 and was officially opened in 1978. Location: Kasala airport is located in the Southern-west side of the city; 13 km from the city centre between longitude 36º 19’ 4”E and latitude 15º 23’ 14”N at height 1670 feet above sea level.

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Technical Capabilities: There is a paved runway extending 2500m×45m equipped with runway lighting. It has one taxiway. The total area of the apron is 1240 m expands for 4 aircrafts. Navigational Aids: - VHF- DME- VOR The airport works on 12-hours basis increased when necessary. Terminals Departure terminal contains the baggage weight (113m2), custom hall (56m2), migration procedures hall (94m2) and flight safety hall (144m2).The arrival terminal’s area is109m2. There the VIP Lounge (45m2). All terminals are well equipped with safety and security equipment.

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Metrological Unit: A weather report, requested from Khartoum, is issued every half an hour by the metrological unit. Civil Defence: There is a civil defence unit equipped with search and rescue equipment, ambulances and crash tenders. The airport is classified as CAT 4.

Aviation Security: An Aviation Security Unit maintains the safety and security of airport through its qualified staff trained according to the best international standard and coordinates its activities with various security authorities within the airport. Other Services within the Airport: - Flight inquiries office, tel. 0411 220 29 - A cafeteria provides services to passengers and the public - Banks and Exchange offices are inside the city - Hotels are located inside the city. - A mosque. - Transportation by taxi.

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Juba

International Airport

HSSJ

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Juba International Airport - HSSJ The City: Juba is one of the most important cities of Sudan. It is the capital of Bhar Eljabal State and is a strategic city having a political and economic significance as it contains many governmental administrations and numbers of institution the most important of them is Juba University. Main economic activities are agriculture and breeding. Start and Progress: The work in Juba airport started in 1944. The airport was upgraded in 1983 to receive all aircraft types. Again it was rehabilitated and upgraded in 30 June 2003. The airport represents the only gateway for Juba.

Technical Capabilities:

Location: Juba airport is located in the Northern side of the city; 3 km from the city centre between longitude 31º 36’E and latitude 5º 53”N at height 1513 feet above sea level.

Navigational Aids: VHF- DME- VOR - NDB - The airport works on 12-hours basis increased when necessary.

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There is a paved runway extending 2,400m x 45m equipped with temporary runway lighting. It has one taxiway (100m x 45m). The total area of the apron is 107 x 77 m.


Other Services within the Airport: - Flight inquiries office, tel. 20230 - A cafeteria provides services to passengers and the public on 24-hours basis. - Banks and Exchange offices are inside the city - Hotels are located inside the city. - A mosque. - Transportation by taxi. Terminals There is one terminal used as departure and arrival terminal simultaneously expands for 220 passengers in addition to the VIP Lounge (180m) which expands for 25 persons. Metrological Unit: A weather report is issued every half an hour by the metrological office which works on 24-hours basis 59— Sudan Airports - Information Directory


Civil Defence: There is a Civil Defence unit equipped with search and rescue equipment, ambulances and crash tenders. The airport is classified as CAT 5. Aviation Security: An Aviation Security Unit maintains the safety and security of airport through its qualified staff trained according to the best international standard and coordinates its activities with various security authorities within the airport. 60— Sudan Airports - Information Directory


Elgeneina

International Airport

HSGN

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El Geneina International Airport - HSGN The City: El Geneina is one of the most important cities in Western Sudan as it is the capital of West Darfur State. As a boundary city, El Geneina is a commercial centre specifically for textiles, perfumes and cattle trade. Location: El Geneina airport is located at 4 km from the city centre between longitude 22º 27’E and latitude 14º 29’N at height 3129 feet above sea level. Technical Capabilities: There are two runways: one made of sand gravel extending 1600m x 45m, the other is 2000m x 45m and it has an apron (90 x 45). The airport is undergoing large upgrading operations covering all its premises. The airport is named after Shaheed (Martyr) Sibiera. 62— Sudan Airports - Information Directory


Navigational Aids: - SSB - VHF- NDB The airport works on 12-hours basis.

Aircraft Fuel Aircrafts are supplied with fuel from the nearest airport. Metrological Unit: A weather report, requested from Khartoum, is issued every half an hour by the metrological unit. Civil Defence: 63— Sudan Airports - Information Directory


There is a Civil Defence unit equipped with search and rescue equipment, ambulances and crash tenders. The airport is classified as CAT 4. Aviation Security:

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An Aviation Security Unit maintains the safety and security of airport through its qualified staff trained according to the best international standard and coordinates its activities with various security authorities within the airport.


DOMESTIC AIRPORTS

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Kadogli Airport

HSLI

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1987 the airport was changed to its current position to be constructed according to the international standards. Kadogli Airport - HSLI In 1999 work started in the airport but it stopped. In 2001 the rehabilitation works started and the airport The City: was officially opened in 2004. Kadogli is the capital of Southern Kordofan State. Main economic activities are agriculture, breeding and tourism Location: where mountains, valleys and rare birds and animals. Kadogli airport is located in the northern-east side of Start and Progress: The airport was a sandy air strip during the colonial era. the In city; 19 km from the city centre between longitude 27º 41’ 49”E and latitude 13º 10’ 8”N at height 1670 feet above sea level. The total area of the airport is 11,000m2 of which 5,500m2 is fenced. Technical Capabilities: There is a paved runway extending 2500m×45m equipped with runway lighting. The total area of the apron is 45,000m. Navigational Aids: VHF- DME- HF - VOR The airport works on 12-hours basis increased when necessary Air Navigation: The airport receives the aircraft of the Joint Military Committee (JMC), UN, Red Cross, relief and 67— Sudan Airports - Information Directory


government officials. Air transport activities are expected to increase. Terminals There are departure and arrival terminals in addition to the VIP hall. Aircraft Fuel Aircrafts are supplied with fuel from the nearest airport. 68— Sudan Airports - Information Directory

etrological Services: A weather report, requested from Khartoum, is issued. Civil Defence: There is a civil defence unit equipped with search and rescue equipment, ambulances and crash tenders. The airport is classified as CAT 4.


Aviation Security: An Aviation Security Unit maintains the safety and

security of airport through its qualified staff trained according to the best international standard and coordinates its activities with various security authorities within the airport. Other Services within the Airport: - Flight inquiries office. - A cafeteria provides services to passengers and the public - Banks and Exchange offices are inside the city - A mosque. - Transportation between the airport and the city is by taxi.

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Merowe Airport

HSLI

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Merowe Airport - HSMR The City: Merowe, located in the Northern State, is one of the ancient cities in Sudan; as it had been the administrative capital of Nepta Kingdom. It is famous of the ancient monuments. The city is expected to play a major role in enhancing national economy after the construction

of Merowe Dam especially in exporting fishes and attracting tourism through Merowe airport. Start and Progress: Merowe airport was a sandy air strip (1500 x 30m2) used to receive charters. Natural obstructions hinder the expansion o f this air strip, so it was changed to the current location to be upgraded to receive heavier aircraft. The project study started in 1993 and the implementation began in 2004. Location: Merowe airport is located in the Southern-east side of the city; 3 km from the city centre between longitude 31º 49’ 07”E and latitude 18º 27’ 19” at height 845 feet above sea level. The total area of the airport is 4.8 km. Technical Capabilities: There is a sand gravel runway extending 1532m×60m. It has one taxiway (45 × 20). The total area of the apron is 200×35 m expands for 4 heavy aircrafts. 71— Sudan Airports - Information Directory


Navigational Aids: -VHF- SSB- VOR The airport works on 12-hours basis. Terminals There are departure and arrival terminals in addition to the VIP hall. Metrological Services: A weather report, requested from Khartoum, is issued every half an hour.

Civil Defence: There is a civil defence unit equipped with ambulances and fire fighting equipment. The airport is classified as CAT 4.

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Aviation Security: An Aviation Security Unit maintains the safety and security of airport through its qualified staff trained according to the best international standard and coordinates its activities with various security authorities within the airport. Other Services within the Airport: - Flight inquiries office - A cafeteria provides services to passengers and the public - Banks and Exchange offices are inside the city - Hotels are located inside the city. - A mosque. - Transportation between the airport and the city is by tax


Malakal Airport

HSSM

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Malakal Airport - HSSM The City: Melkal, the capital of Greater Upper Nile State, is located in the east bank of the White Nile. It connects northern Sudan with southern Sudan through Malakal River Port, one of the most important landmarks of the city. Main economic activities are agriculture and breeding. Start and Progress: Malakal airport was a sandy airstrip established in 1938 and was partially rehabilitated in 1945 to receive different aircraft types. The second phase of rehabilitation started in 1959 and continued... Navigational Aids: - VOR- SSB- VHF- DME The airport works on 12-hours basis increased when necessary.

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Terminals There is a public reception hall, a departure terminal contains a baggage weight hall, an arrival terminal and a VIP lounge, a separate hall with separate stairs and entrance, provides excellent services. Aircraft Fuel There are containers of aircraft fuel requested from Khartoum.


Metrological Services: A weather report is sent every half an hour by Khartoum metrological office to Malakal airport. Civil Defence: There is a Civil Defence unit equipped with search and rescue equipment, ambulances and crash tenders. The airport is classified as CAT 4. Ground Handling Sudan Airways and Sudan Civil Aviation Authority provided this service.

Aviation Security: An Aviation Security Unit maintains the safety and security of airport through its qualified staff trained according to the best international standard and coordinates its activities with various security authorities within the airport. Other Services within the Airport: - Flight inquiries office, tel. 0411 220 29 - A cafeteria provides services to passengers and the public - Banks and Exchange offices are inside the city - Hotels are located inside the city. - A mosque. - Transportation by tax

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Wau

Airport

HSWW

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Wau Airport - HSWW The City:

Wau, the capital of West Bhar Elgazal State, is located in the west bank of the River Jor. Most of the populations of Greater Bhar Elgazal States reside in Wau. Main economic activities are agriculture, breeding and fishing. Start and Progress: Because of the past civil war and the security situations the only gateway of the city is the airport through which food and medicines are received. Location: Wau airport is located in the western side of the city; 5km from the city centre between longitude 27º 58’ 29”E and latitude 7º 43’ 32”N at height 1533 feet above sea level. Average temperature is 38F. Technical Capabilities: The runway, extending 3000m×45m, is a concrete layer. The total area of the apron is 700×4 m. Navigational Aids: Communication, distance measuring and aircraft positioning equipment: VHF- HF- VOR 77— Sudan Airports - Information Directory


Terminals There is one terminal used as a departure and arrival terminal.

security of airport through its qualified staff trained according to the best international standard and coordinates its activities with various security authorities within the airport.

Aircraft Fuel Aircrafts are supplied with fuel from the nearest airport.

Other Services within the Airport:

Metrological Services: A weather report, requested from Khartoum, is issued every half an hour by the metrological unit. Civil Defence: There is a civil defence unit equipped with search and rescue equipment, ambulances and crash tenders (two crash tenders and one ambulances). The airport is classified as CAT 4. Aviation Security: An Aviation Security Unit maintains the safety and 78— Sudan Airports - Information Directory

- Flight inquiries office, tel. 0841 222 97 - A cafeteria provides services to passengers and the public - Banks and Exchange offices are inside the city - Hotels are located inside the city. - A mosque. - There is no regular transportation between the city and the airport. The New Airport: As the current airport is located near residential areas, a new location in northern side of the city is chosen to establish the new Malakal airport according the international standards.


Wadi Halfa Airport

HSSW

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Wadi Halfa Airport - HSSW The City: Wadi Halfa is the northern gateway of Sudan as it contains the biggest river port connecting Sudan with Egypt. Start and Progress: The airport was established in 1975 and was rehabilitated and officially opened in 1990. Location: Wadi Halfa airport is located in the Northern State in the northern-east side of the city; 27 km from the city centre between longitude 31º 31’ 19” and latitude 21º 10’ 48” at height 933 feet above sea level. The total area of the airport is 32000m2.

m expands for 4 aircrafts. Navigational Aids: - VHF- SSB The airport works on 12-hours basis. Terminals There is one terminal used as a departure and arrival terminal in addition to the VIP Lounge. Aircraft Fuel Aircrafts are supplied with fuel from the nearest airport. Metrological Unit: The airport issues a weather report, requested from Khartoum, every half an hour.

Technical Capabilities:

Civil Defence:

There is a runway made of sand gravel extending 2000m×40m equipped with runway lighting. It has one taxiway (200×40m). The total area of the apron is 1240

There is a civil defence unit equipped with search and rescue equipment, ambulances and crash tenders. The airport is classified as CAT 4.

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Aviation Security: An Aviation Security Unit maintains the safety and security of airport through its qualified staff trained according to the best international standard and coordinates its activities with various security authorities within the airport.

- Banks and Exchange offices are inside the city - Hotels are located inside the city. - Transportation by private and government autos.

Air Traffic: The estimated air traffic for the year 2006 in Wadi Halfa airport was as follows: - Total flights 40 - Departing passengers 446 - Arriving passengers 474 - Transit passengers 126 - Cargo -in 1,016 pounds Other Services within the Airport: - Flight inquiries office. - A cafeteria and prayer place. 81— Sudan Airports - Information Directory


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Atbara Airport

HSAT

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The City: Atbara is located in the River Nile State at the confluence of the River Nile and the River Atbara. Atbra is rich of agricultural, animal and industrial [mineral?] wealth. It has a distinguished location near tourism and hunting areas Start and Progress: Atbara airport is one of the airports that were established after Independence. It was officially opened in 1991. Location: Atbara airport is located in the River Nile State; 13 km from the city centre between longitude 34ºE and latitude 17º14’N at height 181 feet above sea level. Technical Capabilities: There is a sand gravel runway extending 1800m×45m. The total area of the apron is 630m. Navigational Aids: - NDB - VHF-SSB - The airport works on 12-hours basis increased when necessary. 84— Sudan Airports - Information Directory

Terminals There is one terminal used as a departure and arrival terminal simultaneously (75-90 passengers) in addition to the VIP Lounge. Aircraft Fuel Petronas and Shell Companies provide aircraft fuel, JET A1. Metrological Services: A weather report, requested from Khartoum, is issued every half an hour by the metrological office which works on 24-hours basis. Civil Defence: There is a Civil Defence unit equipped with search and rescue equipment, ambulances and crash tenders. The airport is classified as CAT 4. Aviation Security: An Aviation Security Unit maintains the safety and security of airport through its qualified staff trained according to the best international standard and coordinates its activities with various security authorities within the airport.


El Dabba Airport

HS

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El Debba Airport – HS.. Location: El Debba airport is located in the Northern State; 7 km from the city centre at height 840 feet above sea level. Technical Capabilities: There is a sand gravel runway extending 1000m×20m with one taxi way (100 x20m). The total area of the apron is 750m. Navigational Aids: - SSB -VHF- NDB There is no regular air traffic. SCAA keeps this airport as a strategic airport for emergency situations. Civil Defence: There is a Civil Defence unit equipped with search and rescue equipment, ambulances and crash tenders. The airport is classified as CAT 4. 86— Sudan Airports - Information Directory

Aviation Security: An Aviation Security Unit maintains the safety and security of airport through its qualified staff trained according to the best international standard and coordinates its activities with various security authorities within the airport.


El Damzeen Airport

HSDZ

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El Damazeen Airport – HSDZ

and equipment. The airport was opened simultaneously with the dam.

The City: El Damazeen is the capital of the Blue Nile State. It is a labor centre city dwelled by many tribes. Main economic activities are agriculture, breeding and fishing. The landmark of the city is Elrusieris Dam

Location: El Damazeen airport is located in the Western side of the city; 3 km from the city centre between longitude 34º 2’ 11‫» ﹰ‬E and latitude 11º 47 9”N at height 1581 feet above sea level. Average temperature is 40F

Start and Progress: Eldamazeen airport was established in 1966 by the Lebanese Company, Mdracat during the construction of Elrusieris Dam to transport building machineries

Technical Capabilities: There is a paved runway extending 2500m×45m equipped with runway lighting. It has two taxiways (50 x 30m). The total area of the apron is 2000 m. Navigational Aids: - SSB - NDB - VOR The airport works on 12-hours basis. Terminals There is one terminal used as departure and arrival terminal expands for about 100persons in addition to the VIP hall.

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Metrological Services: A weather report, requested from Khartoum, is issued every half an hour by the metrological office.

- A cafeteria provides services to passengers and the public - Banks and Exchange offices are inside the city - Hotels are located inside the city.

Civil Defence: There is a Civil Defence unit equipped with search and rescue equipment, ambulances and crash tenders. The airport is classified as CAT 4.

Aviation Security: An Aviation Security Unit maintains the safety and security of airport through its qualified staff trained according to the best international standard and coordinates its activities with various security authorities within the airport. Other Services within the Airport: - Flight inquiries office, tel. 0551 224 27 89— Sudan Airports - Information Directory


Sudanese Airstrips Airstrip: a flat area of land surface used for aircraft landing. There are about hundred airstrips in Sudan. Herein we will describe samples of Sudanese airstrips distributed in different Sudanese States in development schemes: Hijleej Airstrip: This airstrip, used by private aircraft of the Ministry of Energy and Mining, is located between latitude 10º 6’ 9”N and longitude 29º 23’ 22”E. The direction of the airstrip, whose length is 1500m, is 341- 116. The importance of Hijleej airstrip comes from the fact that it is located in an area rich of oil which represents a major source of hard currency and economic flourishing. This airstrip has recently been changed to an airport used by the Ministry of Energy and Mining. Kenana Airstrip: This airstrip is located in the south-west side of Kenana Sugar Factory, the biggest sugar factory in Sudan. The direction of the airstrip, whose area is 1500 × 45m, is 90— Sudan Airports - Information Directory

18- 360. The importance of Kenana airstrip comes from its distinguished location between Rabak (30km) and Sinnar (80km) and there for it connects these cities. Abu Hamad Airstrip: This airstrip, used to receive aircrafts of VIPs and government officials, is located in River Nile State; 4km from Abu Hamad between latitude 19º 33’N and longitude 33º 9’E. The direction of the airstrip, whose area is 1500 × 30m, is north-south. There is a taxiway (50× 20m). The area of the apron is 90 × 55m. El Muglad Airstrip: This airstrip is located in west Kordofan State.


FREEDOMS OF THE AIR

for the purpose of taking on or discharging passengers, mail and .cargo destined for, or coming from other States

FREEDOM VI

FREEDOM I The First Freedom is the right to fly over the territory of a state .without landing

FREEDOM II The Second Freedom is the right to land in another State for (.non-traffic purposes (repairs refueling , etc

FREEDOM III

The third Freedom is the right to fly in the territory of the Grantor State and discharge passengers, mail and cargo which .originated in the flag State of the Carrier

FREEDOM IV

The Fourth Freedom is the right to take on passengers, mail and cargo in the territory of the Grantor State and transport them to the flag State of the carrier

FREEDOM V

The Fifth Freedom is to fly into the territory of the grantor State

The Sixth Freedom is the right to take on and or discharge passengers, mail and cargo destined for or coming from a third state .via the flag State of the carrier

FREEDOM VII The Seventh Freedom is the right to establish a base in the territory of the grantor State for the purpose of taking and discharging passengers, mail and cargo destined for or coming from .other states

FREEDOM VIII The Eighth Freedom is the right to fly into the territory of the grantor State for the purpose of taking on and discharging passengers, mail and cargo destined for another location within the territory of the grantor State, on a consecutive journey. It is also .“known as “Cabotage

FREEDOM IX The Ninth Freedom is the right to fly between points the ter-

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ritory of the grantor State for the purpose of taking on and discharging passengers ,mail and cargo destined for allocation ” within the same territory. It is also known as “Pure Cabotage

Annexes to The Chicago Convention on International Civil Aviation

1-Personal Licensing 2-Rules of the air 3-Meteorological Service for International Air Navigation 4-Aeonautical Charts 5-Units of Measurement to be used in Air and Ground Operations

9-Facilitation 10-Aeronautical Telecomunications 11-Air Traffic Services 12-Search and Rescue 13Aircraft Accident Investigation 14-Aerodromes

6-Operation of Aircraft Part 1 :Intl. Cmmercial air transport-airplanes Part II Intl. general aviation- airplanes Part III: Intl. operation- helicopters 7-Aircraft Nationality and Registeration Marks 8-Aircraft Airworthiness

15-Aeronautical Information Services 16-Environmental Protection 17-Security - Safeguarding Intl. Aviation Against Acts of Unlawful Interference 18-The Safe Transport of Dangerous Goods by aaaaaaair

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Tourism Areas near Airports Dam.

Wadi Halfa: Nubar Lake; south the High

Dongola: the architectural ruins near Dongola El Ajooze. Merowe: the historical monuments and pyramids of ancient Merowe and Barkal.

Khartoum: the confluence of White Nile and Blue Nile, Omdurman: the national capital that contains the Mahadist era remains, the national museum, the sixth cataract on the River Nile north Khartoum in addition to Nagaa’ remains, El Musawarat and El Bjrawiya pyramids. Port Sudan: the diving areas in the Red Sea, Swakin city and its famous palace: Shinawy Palace, Arkaweet and the Red Sea Mountains with their rare plants.

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Kasala: Mount Taka, Toteel water spring and Riva Gash delta. Nyala: Mount Marra, Nertity and Galool waterfalls and other wonderful places. El Fashir: Sultan Ali Dinar Museum.

El Damazeen: El Rusaires Dam and El Dindir natural zoo which contains rare plants, birds and animals. 94— Sudan Airports - Information Directory

Juba: Juba is distinguished by its equatorial weather and a magniďŹ cent green nature.

Freedoms of the Air


Airports Contact Numbers

Airport

Airport Manager

Atbara

0211820975

El Damazeen

0551822427

Wau

0841822297

El Debba

0271820355

Wadi Halfa

0251822270

El Deain

0712832642

Airport Officer

Airport Fax 20975

22425

22427 22297

20220

20343 22396

32291

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Airport

Airport Manager

Airport Officer

Airport Fax

Juba

0811820228

20233

20235

Portsudan

0311823507

31011

23507

Nyala

071835758

32529

32529

El Fashir

44519

El Obied

0611823532

23449

23532

Malakal

0831822658

22555

22376

Dongola

024121825

21619

23697

Kadogli

0631821540

El geneina

0741822507

22290 22605

Merowe Kasala

22061 21647

0411853777

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53777


Private Airlines Operating in Sudan Airline Midair lines Marsyland Badr States Aviation Atico Azza Majal Juba Kata Ababeel Air Taxi Sasco

Flight Type

Passengers/Cargo Passengers /Cargo Passengers/Cargo Passengers/Cargo Passengers/Cargo Cargo Cargo Cargo Cargo Cargo Cargo

Airline Hala Air United Arabian Avia Trans Figa Aviation Helli Lift Elbalola Aerial Arabian Aerial

Fligt Type

Passengers/Cargo Passengers Cargo Cargo Passengers-Private Aerial Aerial

Sudanese-Belgium

Aerial

Sudan Alkhdur Mazin Aerial Asro Aviation

Aerial Aerial Aerial


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