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Sudan's Badr Airlines leasing an Armenian B737

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Sudan's Badr Airlines leasing an Armenian B737 - Airlines publisher
Tatjana Obrazcova

Badr Airlines (J4, Khartoum) has wet-leased a B737-500 from Armenian ACMI/charter specialistTaron Avia (TRV, Erebuni) Skyliner Aviation has reported. The aircraft - EK-73775 (msn 28475) - was ferried from Amman Queen Alia to Khartoum on August 12.

The Sudanese carrier's passenger fleet consists of one B737-300 and two B737-500s, all leased from Gambia-based Mid Africa Aviation (MFG, Banjul), used on flights to El FasherGeneinaNyala, and Port Sudan locally and to Cairo Int'lJeddah, and Juba regionally.

It also operates Il-76TDs, An-26Bs, An-72/-74s, and various helicopters on cargo and VIP charter flights.

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