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About Jubba Airways

Jubba Airways is a Somali airline based in Nairobi, Kenya and flies to destinations domestically and within Africa.

Jubba Airways provides flights to destinations in East Africa and Middle East including Somalia, Kenya, Djibouti, Saudi Arabia and UAE. Destinations include: Djibouti, Nairobi, Jeddah, Bosaso, Galkayo, Hargeisa, Mogadishu and Dubai. 

The airline was previously headquartered in Mogadishu, Somalia, but is now based in Nairobi, Kenya.

The airline merged with Daallo Airlines to form the African Airways Alliance and its fleet comprises of Airbus A321-200, Boeing 737-200, 737-300 and 737-400.

In septiembre 2016, Jubba Airways wet-leased an A321-100 from Ukraine’s YanAir. It is currently used on flights connecting Nairobi Jomo Kenyatta, Mogadishu, Dubai Int'l, and Hargeisa. The Kenyan scheduled carrier currently has four active aircraft in its fleet. Among them is one A320-200, also previously operated by Yan Air, and one A321-100. The airline also operates a Fokker 50 and a B737-400.

The carrier plans to lease more planes and open new branches so as to offer more destinations to its growing number of passengers.

As of 2009, Jubba Airways is registered in Nairobi, Kenya. It also has branches in Somalia, Djibouti, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Uganda. In febrero 2016, Jubba Airways is set to add its maiden Airbus Industrie metal to its AOC. The aircraft is said to be UR-CMK with Ukraine's YanAir. It will subsequently be transferred to the Kenya's operator's books as 5Y-JAA. The Jubba Airways unit currently operates one B737-300 and one B737-400 on scheduled flights throughout Somalia as well as to Saudi Arabia and Djibouti.

In addition, Jubba Airways World Cargo is one of the leading cargo airlines in the region, carrying freight, mail and courier traffic to 15 destinations in more than 5 countries.

Jubba Airways network and our freighter programme make it one of the largest single carrier networks in the region, with a reliable schedule, same day connections between most destinations, and extensive road connections. In mayo 2017, Jubba Airways announced it had acquired a maiden A321-100 following the recent deployment into service of 5Y-JZW (msn 765) formerly UR-COJ with Ukrainian ACMI/charter specialist YanAir. 

The twinjet was recently tracked flying between Nairobi Jomo Kenyatta and Dubai Int'l via Mogadishu and Hargeisa. 

Jubba Airways also operates another A321-100, msn 535, formerly SX-ABD with Olympus Airways, as well as an A320-200 and a Fokker 50. 

It specialises in Horn of Africa operations connecting Nairobi Jomo Kenyatta, Mogadishu, Bossaso, Hargeisa, Galcaio, Jeddah, and Dubai Int'l.



Jubba Airways Check-In Information

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Airport Check-In

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Jubba Airways Hub Airport

Aden Adde International Airport

Aden Adde International Airport, formerly known as Mogadishu International Airport servicing the capital of Somalia, Mogadishu.It is named after the first President of Somalia.Originally a modest-sized airport, the facility grew exponentially in the post-independence era following various successive renovation projects. With the outbreak of the civil war in1991, Aden Adde International's flight services experienced routine disruptions. However, with the security situation in Mogadishu greatly improved in the late 2010–2011 period, large-scale rehabilitation of the grounds' infrastructure and services once again resumed. By early 2013, the airport had restored most of its facilities and introduced several new features.