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Mon, 8 July 2019

Emirates Resumes Flights to Khartoum, Sudan

Emirates will today resume flights to Khartoum, the capital of Sudan.

The airline suspended its Sudan flights last month following political unrest in Khartoum.

The daily service between Dubai and Khartoum, will once again provide both business and leisure travellers in Sudan, global connectivity through the airline’s network, particularly to destinations in the Middle East, West Asia, United States and the Far East, with one flight connection at its Dubai hub.

Key destinations for travellers from Sudan include Dubai and the GCC, Malaysia, China, United Kingdom and United States.

Emirates B777-300ER. Click to enlarge.

“After closely monitoring the situation in Sudan and conducting an exhaustive review of all operational factors, we have decided to resume our services to Khartoum. This will help support local business and increase access to international markets, as well as benefit passengers connecting to our global network,” said Orhan Abbas, Emirates’ Senior Vice President Commercial Operations, Africa.

Operating daily, EK733 is timed to depart Dubai at 14:35 and arrive in Khartoum at 16:40. The return flight, EK734, is scheduled to leave Khartoum at 18:10 and arrive in Dubai at 00:20 the following day.

Emirates currently operates a Boeing 777ER on the route, offering customers a choice of cabins with 8 suites in First Class, 42 lie-flat seats in Business Class and 304 seats in Economy Class.

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