After a delay to flights that kept going about 20 years, Uganda Airlines has again taken to the skies above Africa, reestablishing its status as the nation’s national transporter.
Business administrations continued on Tuesday with a departure from Entebbe to Nairobi in neighboring Kenya that the aircraft trusted will introduce a beneficial new period for the in the past debt-ridden brand.
Uganda Airlines said its armada of twin-engined Bombardier CRJ-900 provincial fly aircraft will before the long interface with goals incorporating Dar-es-Salaam in Tanzania, Mogadishu in Somalia and Juba in South Sudan.
All the more remote flung spots will pursue, says Jennifer Bamuturaki, airline’s director of marketing and public affairs. Administrations to the Democratic Republic of Congo, Ethiopia, Rwanda, Zimbabwe, Ghana, South Africa, and Rwanda are required to be included in September.
The carrier was at first planned to continue tasks in July yet needed to pick up confirmation to demonstrate its groups can fly securely to any part of the world.
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