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Sudan’s air authority announced Thursday that it has reopened Khartoum International Airport to flights from three countries including Turkey.
Axar.az reports citing foreign media.
Ibrahim Adlan, the general director of Sudan’s Civil Aviation Authority, said air traffic has partially resumed as of today for flights from Turkey, Egypt and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) after being suspended as part of measures to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus.
Adlan said all passengers arriving at Khartoum Airport will be tested for the coronavirus as of July 14 if they do not possess a certificate for being COVID-19 free.
Sudan suspended all flights on March 16 due to the coronavirus.
2020.07.10 / 09:31