Sudan Khartoum Private Jet Charter

Khartoum International Airport is the main airport in Khartoum, the capital of Sudan. The current airport will be replaced in the coming years by the New Khartoum International Airport, to be built in Omdourman, 40 kilometres south of the centre of Khartoum. It is planned to have two 4,000 metre runways, an 86,000 square metre passenger terminal and a 300-room international hotel. Construction will be carried out by China Harbour Engineering Co (CHEC). Khartoum Airport is currently the only available port in the country for private jet flights.

Sudan private jet charter prices

Although Khartoum Airport air charter fees depend on variables such as the number of passengers, departure airport, flight time, aircraft position, flight date, the prices for private jet charter from Istanbul → Khartoum are as follows.

Midsize Jet33.300 EUR
Heavy Jet44.150 EUR
Long Range Jet61.650 EUR
Midsize Jet (8-9 seats), Heavy Jet (10-16 seats), Long Range Jet (13-16 seats)

These prices are average amounts and you can contact us on our flight reservation screen or by phone for the most accurate price information.

History of Khartoum Airport

The present airfield originated as the Royal Air Force’s Gordon’s Tree airfield. In January 1940, RAF Squadron 223 was based at Gordon’s Tree, south of Khartoum. Later the area became known as El Shajjara. In January 1942 RAF Operational Training Unit 71 operated from the airfield; aircraft used included Curtiss Tomahawks and Vickers Wellesleys. The OTU is reported to have had at one stage 50 Harvard and 20 Hurricane fighters.

Sudan was granted independence in January 1956. The last Royal Air Force flying unit reported at Khartoum was No. 8 Squadron RAF, which arrived in November 1953 and remained until July 1956.

Khartoum travel guide

The Nile River is one of the main places to visit in Khartoum, the capital of Sudan, which is a very rich city in terms of history, culture and tourism. The Nile River is very important for Khartoum. Touristic boat trips are often organised on the banks of the Nile River and walks on the banks of the Nile River are also very enjoyable.

Apart from the Nile River, important points of interest in the capital include the National Museum, where Sudan’s historical and cultural heritage is exhibited, the Merowe Dam, which is considered the largest structure of the country on the Nile River, Suakin Island, which contains historical buildings, churches and museums, the Presidential Palace, one of the oldest buildings in the city, and the National Zoo, which houses various animal species.

Khartoum airport transport details

As the new airport is under construction and due to the location of the existing airport, there are not many alternatives for transportation from the port to the city centre. There are no alternatives other than taxi and car rental to reach the capital from the port where there is no public transport. Taxis outside the harbour operate at high prices as there are no alternatives and you need to bargain before getting on.

Since the car rental services in the port are insufficient, it may be necessary to make a reservation before the flight.