Sunday, February 24, 2013

► SUDAN: Sun Air wet-leasing A320 from Jordan Aviation.

Sun AirSudan's Sun Air (S9) has taken delivery of its first Airbus A320 (MSN 2061 | JY-JAT) wet leased from Jordanian ACMI outfit Jordan Aviation (R5) writes aviation newswire CH-Aviation.

Sun Air's A320 Sudan
Sun Air's A320 (Sun Air)
The Airbus is understood to have replaced Sun Air's previous Boeing B737-400 (MSN 27826 | JY-JAQ) earlier this month. 

Sun Air also operates two B737-200 Adv. aircraft out of its Khartoum base, from where it serves Sharjah, Juba, Nyala, El Fashir, El Genina, and Port Sudan domestically with plans to add Jeddah, Cairo, Damascus, and Asmara.


  1. Good to know that! It will give a valuable contribution to Sun Air ops. On their website they say they have more aircraft but it should be out of dated.


    1. Absolutely man. Though its sad in a way that Sudan isn't able to buy any of these aircraft and has to go the ACMI route.

      Such a strong market with such big opportunities being left to rot..