A Dubai Resident Has Offered To House Those Stranded In Dubai Due To The Ongoing Crisis In Sudan
It is no surprise that the recent crisis in Sudan has contributed massively to the instability of the country. Because of the public strikes and ongoing issues in the country's political scene has forced the majority of the flights to be postponed or suspended including Emirates.
A Dubai resident uses Twitter to help out anyone in need at a time like that
Mustafa Khalid, a Twitter user made use of the social media platform to address the issue and is welcoming passengers who can't make it to Sudan, to stay at his or his family's place. The Dubai resident has also asked people to retweet the tweet so he can help out anyone who's in need. This is a one of a kind gesture, and it is nice to have people look out for one another.
To anyone who's stuck in transit because of the Sudan issue
If anyone was going to Sudan and is stuck in transit in Dubai or sharjah, you are welcome to stay at me and my family's house. DM me.— Mustafa Khalid (@Mustafa_soksok) June 6, 2019
لو في زول مسافر السودان ومستني ترانزيت في دبي أو الشارقة، بيتنا مفتوح ليكم حبابك عشرة.
رسلوا لي دي ام.#عصيان_مدني_شامل
It's still uncertain when the flights will resume
According to local news, Emirates airline has cancelled their flights EK 733 and EK 734 that were supposed to leave today to Khartoum. Because of the instability of the country, it's not sure when the flights will start up again.
The current air space situation in Sudan
Today, Sudanese people are in public strike, the below picture is just an example. This is how Sudan's air looks today, the majority of flights were forced either to return back or to be postponed. pic.twitter.com/jO8vyG0N3U— Rayan Ali (@RayanSaifeldin) May 28, 2019