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Sudan's Rapid Support Forces (RSF) has declared that it had seized control of Khartoum International Airport (KRT), as clashes erupted between Sudan's paramilitary RSF and the army on Saturday.

Numerous flights departing from Khartoum Airport have been canceled, including flights operated by Flynas, flydubai, Egyptair, and Saudia, among others, according to Flightradar24.com data.

Flights en route to Khartoum have been allegedly denied landing permissions, halting air traffic at Sudan's largest airport for an indefinite period. Flightradar24.com data shows that many to Khartoum have also been canceled, including those by Emirates, Turkish Airlines, flydubai, and Saudia, among other airlines.

Following reports of a possible coup, footage on social media emerged showing Sudan's RSF storming Khartoum International Airport with their vehicles.

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