Badr Airlines is an airline based in Khartoum, Sudan, operating cargo and passenger air services for humanitarian aid missions, as well as chartered VIP flights. Its main bases are Khartoum International Airport and Sharjah International Airport. The airline has an international office at Sharjah Free Zone (SAIF-Zone). Its European office is presently being established at Cologne Bonn Airport in Germany. Badr Airlines provides through its partner, African Logistic Support Service (ALS), a wide range of logistical support functions throughout Sudan.
The company was founded as Sarit Air Lines in 1997 and was renamed in 2004, due to numerous fatal air crashes, in which proceeding investigations showed that the airline disregarded many CAA safety regulations, including but not limited to overloading of the aircraft and bribing of its air crew to overlook overloading of the aircraft. 
Today, Badr Airlines operates flights on behalf of UN MovCon, WFP, UNICEF, UNOPS, ESS, MSF, FAO and IRC, using aircraft and helicopters covering most areas of Sudan. The company is also contracted by major Sudan Oil companies WNPOC, for Seismic Air Support and also the cargo flights for GNPOC.
The Badr Airlines fleet includes: 
|Boeing 737-700||2||On Contract|
|Ilyushin Il-76 TD||2|
|Antonov An-26B-100||1||Passenger / Cargo|
|Antonov An-74 T 200||1|
|Antonov An-74 TK-100||1|
- "Directory: World Airlines". Flight International. 2007-03-27. p. 84.
- List of airlines from Sudan, at airlineupdate.com