12 Ethiopian planes make an emergency landing at Khartoum airport

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Bad weather and low visibility to 800 metres

Between yesterday evening and Monday morning, 12 Ethiopian planes made an emergency landing at Khartoum Airport, due to bad weather conditions and low visibility to only 800 meters at Addis Ababa Airport.

According to the Sudan News Agency; The planes of the Ethiopian Airlines were heading to the capital, Addis Ababa, from a number of European and Asian airports.

For his part, the head of the Civil Aviation Authority in Sudan, Ibrahim Adlan, said: “The Khartoum airport authorities have dealt with high professionalism and in full coordination with all relevant authorities and received the Ethiopian planes, and provided them with all the necessary technical and logistical services until their safe departure after conditions improved at Addis Ababa airport, Without affecting the airport services and its usual flight schedules at all.”

He added: “Khartoum Airport acts as a backup airport for Addis Ababa Airport in such circumstances under agreed international arrangements, but it has never before received 12 Ethiopian planes within six hours.”

Adlan revealed that two additional Ethiopian planes were transferred to Jeddah and Djibouti airports.

12 Ethiopian planes make an emergency landing at Khartoum airport

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Between yesterday evening and Monday morning, 12 Ethiopian planes made an emergency landing at Khartoum Airport, due to bad weather and low visibility to only 800 meters at Addis Ababa Airport.

According to the Sudan News Agency; The planes of the Ethiopian Airlines were heading to the capital, Addis Ababa, from a number of European and Asian airports.

For his part, the head of the Civil Aviation Authority in Sudan, Ibrahim Adlan, said: “The Khartoum airport authorities have dealt with high professionalism and in full coordination with all relevant authorities and received the Ethiopian planes, and provided them with all the necessary technical and logistical services until their safe departure after conditions improved at Addis Ababa airport, Without affecting the airport services and its usual flight schedules at all.”

He added: “Khartoum Airport acts as a backup airport for Addis Ababa Airport in such circumstances under agreed international arrangements, but it has never before received 12 Ethiopian planes within six hours.”

Adlan revealed that two additional Ethiopian planes were transferred to Jeddah and Djibouti airports.

26 July 2021 – 16 Dhu al-Hijjah 1442

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Bad weather and low visibility to 800 metres

Between yesterday evening and Monday morning, 12 Ethiopian planes made an emergency landing at Khartoum Airport, due to bad weather conditions and low visibility to only 800 meters at Addis Ababa Airport.

According to the Sudan News Agency; The planes of the Ethiopian Airlines were heading to the capital, Addis Ababa, from a number of European and Asian airports.

For his part, the head of the Civil Aviation Authority in Sudan, Ibrahim Adlan, said: “The Khartoum airport authorities have dealt with high professionalism and in full coordination with all relevant authorities and received the Ethiopian planes, and provided them with all the necessary technical and logistical services until their safe departure after conditions improved at Addis Ababa airport, Without affecting the airport services and its usual flight schedules at all.”

He added: “Khartoum Airport acts as a backup airport for Addis Ababa Airport in such circumstances under agreed international arrangements, but it has never before received 12 Ethiopian planes within six hours.”

Adlan revealed that two additional Ethiopian planes were transferred to Jeddah and Djibouti airports.





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