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The progress of the company continued, with success, to offer excellent services on its Comet, Boeing and Airbus planes for international flights, and Fokker for domestic flights. The early beginnings war for De Havilland 8 Seater Dove Aircrafts. Sudan Airways pioneered the introduction of seven 28 seater DC3 in 1952. The Company was the first in Africa to acquire F27 Turboprop-powered aircraft, with a 36 passenger seating capacity. Boeing aircrafts were introduced in the 1970s and 1980s; and the Airbus in the 1990s.

The first flight, which landed in a Sudanese Airport at Shejara was in 1913; just one decade after the successful attempts of the Right Brothers. In 1936 the Sudan Civil Aviation Department was established. Sudan Airways was incorporated under The Companies' Ordinance (1925) Act; in 1947. The Company started with four De Havilland 8 Seater Dove Aircrafts, being the first acquisition of this type in the region ,as well as pioneering the introduction of seven 28 seater DC3 in 1952.

The Company was the first in Africa to acquire F27 Turboprop-powered aircraft, with a 36 passenger seating capacity. A gradual fleet modernization plan was adopted and the company introduced the Boeing 737 and B707 in the 1970s, Fokker 50s in the 1980s and Airbus A310s the 1990s.
 
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