Riyadh to Khartoum flights


Jet off on an African adventure when you book flights to Khartoum from Riyadh. Up to four flydubai aircraft fly to the Sudanese capital every day, making it easy to plan your next break.

Time flies onboard our Boeing 737-800 aircraft. Unwind in your ergonomically-designed seat and explore endless entertainment with your very own personal HD touchscreen. Lose yourself in a TV drama, laugh along to a Hollywood comedy or listen to the latest tunes. You can lock into our award-winning WiFi too, if you’d prefer to keep up with social media as you fly to Khartoum. Combat hunger with our range of light snacks or pre-order a hot meal from our globally-inspired menu if you want something more filling.

Business Class is our premium ticket, offering the utmost luxury among the clouds. On the ground you’ll whiz though check-in and in the sky you’ll recline in an Italian leather seat as one of just 12 Business Class passengers.

Riyadh to Khartoum

  • Choose from up to 28 flights each week
  • Depart from Saudi Arabia, fly over the Arabian Gulf and land in Dubai. Your connection will take you back over the Gulf, Saudi Arabia and the Red Sea before landing in Sudan
  • The length of your journey will vary depending on the date and time of your chosen flight

Your journey


The first leg of your journey will begin at RiyadhKing Khalid International Airport (RUH), just a 30-minute journey from the city centre. Arrange a private transfer, catch a taxi or drive yourself and make use of the ample long and short-stay parking.

Once at the airport, head for one of our check-in desks and drop off your bags. Then, simply make your way through security and into the departures hall to relax before you board.

Less than two hours later you’ll touch down at Dubai International Airport (DXB) where you’ll catch your connecting flight to Khartoum International Airport (KRT). Take a taxi from outside the terminal and you’ll be in the heart of the city within 20 minutes.

Discover Khartoum

Nestled upon the confluence of the White Nile and Blue Nile, Khartoum charms with its rustic blend of history, natural beauty and culture. Dive straight into Sudanese life at bustling Souk Omdurman, one of the oldest markets in the city. Haggle for handmade jewellery and sample the city’s most famous dish - fuul - a delicious broad bean stew. For a more sedate experience, voyage to Tuti Island, fringed by the Blue Nile, and explore the surrounding grassland. Sit back and soak up views of the waters, or for truly breath-taking vistas, wander along the White Nile Bridge.

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