Nyala Airport is an airport located in capital of South Darfur state in the southwest of Sudan. The airport is elevated 642 metres (2,106 feet) above mean sea level. It can be found on the map at these coordinates: 12°03′13″N 024°57′22″E.
Nyala used to be the capital of Daju Empire, which was established around Jebel Um-Kurdós. Its economy thrives on its local industries, which produce textiles, processed food, and leather goods. It has terminus ends for both road and railway. Furthermore, Nyala serves as a trading place for gum arabic and has branches of the Agricultural Bank of Sudan and the People's Cooperative Bank.
Services and Facilities
Nyala Airport has one asphalt runway, directed 04/22, with a length of 3,011 metres (9,880 feet). At present, there are four airlines that operate at the airport, all of which fly to Khartoum International Airport, located in Khartoum, the capital of Sudan. These airlines are Badr Airlines, Nova Airways (which also fly to El Fasher), Sudan Airways, and Tarco Airlines. No other information is available regarding the services offered and other facilities at the airport. When flying to and from Nyala Airport, it is best to be prepared for the standard procedures at airports and have all your important travel documents ready.