Dubai’s Emirates Suspends Flights to Sudan Following Gunfire, Explosions

Dubai’s Emirates has temporarily suspended flights to and from Sudan from Saturday, due to the conflict that emerged between the Sudanese Army and the Rapid Support Forces (RSF), which led to gunfire and explosions.

“Due to a deteriorating situation of civil unrest in Khartoum, all Emirates flights to/from Khartoum (EK733/EK734) are cancelled from April 15 to 17,” an Emirates spokesperson told Arabian Business in a statement.

”Passengers connecting to Khartoum on these flights will not be accepted for travel at their point of origin.”

In addition, the airline said: “Affected passengers should contact their respective Travel Agent or Emirates Call Centre for rebooking options. Emirates apologises for any inconvenience caused. We continue to monitor the situation closely,” the spokesperson said.


Arabian Business

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