Feeder Airlines is an airline based in Juba, South Sudan. It operates from Juba International Airport. It started operations on 2 June 2007. It operates scheduled and charter service.

Feeder Airlines
IATA ICAO Callsign
HubsJuba Airport
Fleet size3
Company sloganThe Pride of South Sudan
HeadquartersJuba, South Sudan
Key peopleNichola Ali Khamis
Managing Director[1]
WebsiteHomepage [site for sale as of 28 July 2013]

Overview Edit

Feeder Airlines is mostly owned by South Sudanese people. It serves major airports in South Sudan. It uses Juba International Airport as its hub. In March 2010, the airline started daily flights between Juba and Entebbe.[2]

Destinations Edit

Following is a list of places that Feeder Airlines flies to, as of March 2014.

Country City Airport Notes Refs
South Sudan Juba Juba Airport Terminated
South Sudan Malakal Malakal Airport Terminated
South Sudan Rumbek Rumbek Airport
South Sudan Wau Wau Airport Terminated
Sudan Khartoum Khartoum International Airport Terminated [3]
Uganda Entebbe Entebbe International Airport [4]

Fleet Edit

As of 26 March 2012, Feeder Airlines has the following aircraft. The average age of the aircraft is 21.4 years:[5]

Feeder Airlines aircraft
Aircraft In Service Passengers Current Usage
Boeing 737-300 1 133 Operated by Vista Georgia
Fokker 50 2 50 1 Stored
Total 3

Retired aircraft Edit

Feeder Airlines retired aircraft
Aircraft In Service Passengers
Boeing 737-400 5 213
Boeing 737-100 8 197
Boeing 737-500 3 254

References Edit

  1. "Nichola Ali Khamis Is Managing Director". Archived from the original on 2015-06-20. Retrieved 2014-03-12.
  2. "Service Between Juba And Entebbe Is Daily". Archived from the original on 2013-12-24. Retrieved 2014-03-12.
  3. "NEWS SCAN" (pdf). Flight International: 117. 16 July 1983. Retrieved 16 May 2011. Sudan Airways has introduced a new air service linking Khartoum with Aswan, Egypt.
  4. Service Between Juba And Entebbe Began On Tuesday 30 March 2010
  5. "Feeder Airlines Fleet Details and History - Planespotters.net Just Aviation". Archived from the original on 2012-02-09. Retrieved 2014-03-12.