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Where Will Uganda Airlines Fly Its New Airbus A330-800NEO?

Where Will Uganda Airlines Fly Its New Airbus A330-800NEO?

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Having taken delivery of the first of its two brand new Airbus A330neos, we thought we would take a look at what routes Uganda Airlines plans to operate the aircraft on. Before the new A330neos arrival Uganda Airlines was limited to flying short-haul routes within Africa to places like Nairobi, Lusaka, and Dar es Salaam. According to Planespotter.net Uganda Airlines’ entire fleet was made up of just four  Bombardier CRJ-900s with an average age of 1.6-years. Uganda Airlines’ plan is to operate the twin-engine regional jets on short-haul routes linking Kampala with other African capitals. Uganda Airlines is targeting tourists Before the A330neos were ordered from Airbus, the government-backed airline saw tourism as a big moneymaker for the co...
UGANDA   HAS REOPENED FOR TOURISM – EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW

UGANDA HAS REOPENED FOR TOURISM – EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW

FEATURED, NEWS, Tourism, TRAVEL
By Kashlee Kucheran On October 1, 2020, Uganda officially reopened both air and land borders and is once again allowing tourism to resume. After being closed since March 23rd, Entebbe International Airport has now reopened and has started to resume international flights. Uganda’s extremely diverse landscapes, natural wonders, and abundant wildlife have been attracting over 1.5 million tourists per year, so the nation is very keen to finally reopen safely. President Yoweri Museveni held a press conference in late September, stating: “The international airport and land borders will now be opened for tourists, coming in and going out, provided they tested negative 72 hours before arrival in Uganda However, the reopening of Uganda is not as cut and dry as some other Africa...
Uganda Resumes Commercial Flights After Seven-month Suspension

Uganda Resumes Commercial Flights After Seven-month Suspension

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Uganda on Thursday resumed scheduled commercial passenger flights after seven months of government suspensions over the COVID-19 pandemic. Vianney Luggya, communications officer of Uganda Civil Aviation Authority, told Xinhua by telephone that the phased flight operations at Entebbe International Airport, about 40 km south of the capital Kampala, resumed after the government eased COVID-19 restrictions on aviation. He said the first passenger flight to arrive at Entebbe airport was Turkish Airlines, which landed at 3:55 a.m. and departed at 4:50 a.m. local time. "The flights have resumed today. We expect about 12 flights today. In this first phase, October to December, we are going to have an average of one flight per airline per day to reduce congestion," said Luggya. The res...
Uganda Prepares to Welcome International Flights from Thursday

Uganda Prepares to Welcome International Flights from Thursday

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Uganda is set to reopen its air borders on Oct. 1 after lifting restrictions on international travel, the Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni has announced. With airports shut for over six months due to COVID-19 restriction measures, flights into the country will resume on Thursday. All tests must be carried out within 72 hours of arrival from an accredited laboratory. Ugandans returning to the country will be allowed to go home without quarantine measures if in possession of a negative test result. However, the Health Ministry will take addresses in the event of any necessary follow-ups. When will flights resume? International flights are scheduled to resume this Thursday, October 1. The UCAA has scheduled 13 flights on that day, with ten more flights the next day. U...
Gov’t To Repatriate Ugandans Stuck In South Africa Due To COVID-19 Lockdown

Gov’t To Repatriate Ugandans Stuck In South Africa Due To COVID-19 Lockdown

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By Elite News Reporter The government of Uganda is set to repatriate several  Ugandans who are currently stranded in South Africa  due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) lockdown that was announced by President Yoweri Museveni in March this year. The revelation was made by officials from Uganda Airlines, who revealed that the national airliner will operate a charter flight from Entebbe International Airport to Johannesburg on June 25th, 2020, to evacuate Ugandans in South Africa who want to return home. Uganda Airlines tweeted on Sunday evening that; “Welcome Home! Uganda Airlines will operate a repatriation charter flight for Ugandans in South Africa; Joburg to Entebbe on 25th June 2020.” Uganda Airlines tweet about the Charter Flight to South Africa Several Ugandans...
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