South Sudan closes airspace following Sudan unrest
Kur Kuol, director of Juba International Airport, confirmed to Anadolu agency that the restriction came after Sudan closed its airspace as precautionary measures.
"South Sudan lacks modern airspace control system and our airspace has been managed by Sudan since 2011," Kur said.
He said international commercial flights in and out of capital Juba have been suspended but domestic flights are operating as scheduled. ■