The Sudanese Civil Aviation Authority has signed a memorandum of understanding with the African Trade and Development Bank to finance infrastructure development projects for Khartoum International Airport.
The Khartoum airport development comes as part of a tripartite partnership between the Ministries of Finance, Defense, and Transport under the supervision of the Cabinet’s Advisory, within the framework of Sudan’s return to the international community.
It includes the development of the ground maneuvering area to provide faster and better services, in addition to the modernization of the airport fence with international specifications.
The signing ceremony of the Memorandum of Understanding between the African Bank and the Civil Aviation Authority
The Director General of the Civil Aviation Authority, Ibrahim Adlan, signed on behalf of the Sudanese side at the signing ceremony that took place at the capital, Khartoum.
“According to the memorandum, four projects will be financed and implemented, including the construction of a new passenger terminal with international specifications and an increase in the length of the runway to meet the needs of air traffic” said the Director General of Civil Authority.
On the part of the African Trade and Development Bank, the Executive Vice President of the Bank Group, David Pablonko, signed.
The signing ceremony was witnessed by the Director-General of Sudan Airports Holding Company, Sarkhatim Babiker, and the Assistant Director-General for Administrative Affairs, Khaled Ahmed Abdullah.
Present also were representatives of the African Bank for Trade and Development and the International Consulting Company for Airports Dar.