|Company slogan||The Pride of South Sudan|
|Headquarters||Juba, South Sudan|
|Key people||Nichola Ali Khamis
Feeder Airlines was an airline based in Juba, South Sudan. It started operations on 2 June 2007 operating scheduled and charter services from Juba International Airport. The airline was no longer operational by April 2014.
The airline was majority owned by South Sudanese nationals. It served major airports within South Sudan, using Juba as its hub. From March 2010, the airline maintained a daily service between Juba and Entebbe. By April 2014 the airline was no longer operational.
Feeder Airlines served the following scheduled destinations:
On 26 March 2012, the Feeder Airlines fleet consisted of the following aircraft with an average age of 21.4 years:
- "peration urged to solve regional airlines’ challenges", Saturday Monitor, 21 November 2011
- "Accident: South Supreme F50 at Aweil on Jan 7th 2014, runway excursion", The Aviation Herald, 12 January 2014
- "Feeder Airlines to start flights to Entebbe", eTN Global Travel Industry News, 8 April 2010
- Feeder Airlines Flight Schedule Archived 8 July 2011 at the Wayback Machine.
- "Feeder Airlines makes Inaugural Flight to Uganda; to fly Europe and Middle East", bignews.biz, 3 April 2010
- Planespotters.net: "Feeder Airlines Fleet Details and History"
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