SUDAN Airways has postponed plans to introduce a second weekly flight between Heathrow and Khartoum.
The carrier was expected to start a Wednesday flight to the Sudanese capital on August 4, but failed to meet the launch date and postponed it for a further two weeks.
A Sudan Airways spokeswoman in London said head office had given no reason for the delay. She added it was unlikely the new service would start in the near future.
The airline launched weekly Sunday flights between the two points in May 1998 after a three-year gap due to a United Nations embargo on trade to the African nation
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