The Government of South Sudan reopened Juba airport and its airspace to scheduled international flights in early July, the BBC has reported.

"Our air space is now open. We have no restrictions on the airlines. But whoever is coming into the country from outside, whether he or she is a foreigner or a South Sudanese national, must provide a health certificate and must self-quarantine for 14 days," director-general of the airport Kur Kuol said on July 9, 2020.

Flightradar24 ADS-B data shows that Ethiopian Airlines (ET, Addis Ababa) has been flying to Juba since July 5, while EgyptAir (MS, Cairo Int'l) resumed operations to South Sudan already on July 3. flydubai (FZ, Dubai Int'l) and Badr Airlines (J4, Khartoum) have also restarted operations to Juba, while Kenya Airways (KQ, Nairobi Jomo Kenyatta), RwandAir (WB, Kigali), and Uganda Airlines (UR, Entebbe/Kampala) have yet to do so.

Besides obligatory quarantine and testing, South Sudan requires all passengers to wear face masks and gloves throughout their journey.