Feeder Airlines to start flights to Entebbe


One of the locally-incorporated airlines based at the Juba airport, Feeder Airlines, has now started flights from the capital of the southern Sudan to Entebbe, making it the first southern Sudanese airline to begin scheduled flights. In the past, Sudan Airways operated flights between Khartoum, Juba, and Entebbe, but faced with aging equipment and regulatory bans, have seen them withdraw from the route.

Feeder Airline is presently operating a network of scheduled flights from Juba to other centers in the southern Sudan, and the addition of Entebbe will further enhance their standing as one of southern Sudan’s leading private airlines.

According to information from the airline’s office in Juba, the flights will initially take place three times a week, but move to daily flights in due course, using a 50-seater turboprop aircraft.