Juba is a fast growing city and capital of the newly formed country of South Sudan. Juba is on the White Nile river.Direct flights from Nairobi to Juba are offered on a variety of commercial airlines. It’s not cheap – a US$500 round trip is the minimum you can expect to pay. Charter and UN flights are also available from Lokichokio. Nowadays, it is also becoming common to use a route through Addis Ababa. Ethiopian Airlines has two direct flights daily. Egyptair has one daily direct flight from Cairo.There are several direct flights from Khartoum to Juba costing around US$200 each way

Airport: JUB Juba International Airport Cities in South Africa

Country: South Sudan