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Sun Air Begins Flight To Khartoum

Sudanese operated Sun Air began flight operations between Abu Dhabi and Khartoum on Saturday.  This is the 43rd airline to operate from the Abu Dhabi International Airport, and Abu Dhabi is the second UAE destination for Sun Air.  Sun Air will operate the flight on a Boeing 737 with capacity for 168 economy class passengers from terminal 2 in the Abu Dhabi International Airport.  

Sun Air is full service airline which began operations in June 2008 with three Boeing 737-400 aircraft and one Airbus A310-300 aircraft. 
 

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