UAE’s flydubai launches South Sudan route

The UAE’s flydubai will begin flying to South Sudan capital Juba from 21 April, the low-cost carrier said.

The Dubai-based airline will fly to Juba Airport four times a week from its base at Dubai International Airport’s Terminal 2.

Services to Juba will operate on Mondays, Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays, departing Dubai at 10:10 UAE time and landing in South Sudan at 14:00 local time. Return flights will leave Juba at 15:00, with a scheduled arrival in Dubai at 21:15.

Dubai government-owned flydubai was setup in 2009. It serves more than 50 destinations across the Middle East, Asia, Africa and Europe with a fleet of 28 aircraft.

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