Location details, contact information, airlines, departure and arrival flight status, transportation, facilities and services, parking, special passenger amenities, nearby hotels and answers to passengers' frequently asked questions.
Khartoum International Airport, opened in 1947, is the largest in Sudan, serving not only the metropolitan area of the capital, but the whole country. It operates with domestic and international flights to destinations in Africa and the Middle East.
Official Website: krtairport.gov.sd
Number of Terminals - 1 - Open 24 hours a day.
Annual passenger traffic: 3.6 million passengers went through it in 2017.
Tel: +249 183 777 163 / 193. E-mail: [email protected] / [email protected]
Khartoum airport is located in the center of the capital city, to the south of the downtown area.See Map
The airport has banks, currency exchange bureaus, ATMs and post office. The Chief House Lounge is located outside the International Departures Hall and opens around the clock; it offers snacks, TV, smoking area, printers, photocopiers, newspapers and magazines, computers, Wi-Fi (accessible by paying at the door).
Food and Drinks- There are coffee shops and vending machines inside the terminal.
Shopping- You can find some duty-free stores in the international area and stands selling souvenirs, press and tobacco.
Baggage- Secure luggage wrapping in the International Departures area. Enquiries about missing baggage should be directed to the offices of the corresponding airline.
Other Services- Prayer rooms, medical clinic.
Taxi - Vehicles available at the ranks located opposite the terminal building. Journey time to the city centre is 10-15 minutes. It is advised to agree on a fare with the driver before departing.
There are no car rental agencies within the airport. Advance booking is recommended.
Short- and long-term parking areas are available within walking distance from the terminal.
Passengers requiring special assistance or wheelchairs should arrange the proper services with their travel agency o airline prior to their arrival.
Latest updates: January 14, 2020