South Supreme Airlines is a South Sudanese airline which began operations in September 2013. The airline was formed using the fleet of Feeder Airlines which operated two Fokker 50A's. As of May 2014 the airline had regularly scheduled flights three times a week between Juba and Entebbe. South Supreme Airlines (JUA, Juba) has suspended operations with immediate effect. Formerly Feeder Airlines (FDD, Juba), the South Sudanese carrier blamed the country's scarcity of foreign currency for the move.
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As of May 2014 the airline had two scheduled destinations:
As of March 2017 the South Supreme Airlines fleet consisted of the following aircraft:1 Bombardier CRJ-100
On 20 March 2017, South Supreme Airlines Antonov An-26 aircraft was destroyed by fire after crashing at South Sudan’s Wau airport.