$200 million investment fund for the rehabilitation of Khartoum airport

Khartoum International Airport Administration in coordination with Haybir Del announced a short-term investment fund for 60 months to rehabilitate Khartoum Airport with $200 million in capital.

During the inauguration of the Fund at the Corinthia Hotel, haybir del Essam Al Din Abdulrahman said that the qualification includes construction, aviation, transportation, energy sector, precious metals trade, exported sectors and real estate investment.

Abdul Rahman explained that the development of Khartoum airport concerns all Sudanese and the economy, noting that the company specializes in the management of investment funds and other activities.

The director of Sudan Airports Company Limited, General Ser Al-Khatkar Al-Tayeb, acknowledged that Khartoum Airport faces many problems, including congestion in lounges, slow passenger procedures, manual work, delays in passenger procedures and a number of problems.

He noted that the development of the airport was of great economic and investment importance by improving services in accordance with global standards and relevant legislation and transforming services into mechanical, digital and revenue enhancement.

Abdulrahman revealed that the state plan focuses on the fact that the current Khartoum airport after the establishment of the new airport is in reserve and is also used for internal travel and is considered the state’s strategic airport and to be used for private aviation services.

On his part, the Director of Khartoum International Airport, Saad Ahmed Mohammed Abdulrahman, said that the airport continued to provide global services in the darkest conditions with limited capabilities.

“Khartoum Airport will enter the world from its widest doors, through this project, which is one of the first concerns of the state projects on the one hand, it opens many investment opportunities.

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