Uganda Airlines contacted down in Kilimanjaro on Wednesday as it was propelling its business flights. This pursues a progression of effective dispatches of business flights to Nairobi, Juba, Mogadishu, Dar es Salaam, Bujumbura and Mombasa.
Kilimanjaro is currently the seventh authority goal to which Uganda Airlines flies.
Minister of Works and Transport, Hon. Monica Azuba Ntege graced the occasion at Entebbe International Airport.
She stated, “For Uganda Airlines to fly Tanzania is an extraordinary achievement in the advancement of our country. In addition, to building relations with different nations.
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This will upgrade the connection between Uganda and Tanzania. With this sort of achievement, The East African Community is creating in the foundation. Uganda Airlines will lessen on the outside use since Ugandans would now spend their movement cash individually air bearer.”
The CEO, Uganda Airlines, Mr. Cornwell Muleya noted in his discourse, “Kilimanjaro is currently the seventh authority goal to which Uganda Airlines flies and we will work non-stop flights to Kilimanjaro International Airport three times each week, that is, on Mondays, Wednesdays and Sundays.”
“There are some improvements in the pipeline, and we will before long grow our course system to remember Kinshasa for DRC, Zanzibar, Asmara in Eritrea, Hargeisa in Somaliland, Lusaka in Zambia, Harare in Zimbabwe, Johannesburg in South Africa, Djibouti, and Addis Ababa in Ethiopia.” he added.
UR flight 302* took-off from Entebbe International Airport at 10:00am and contacted down at Kilimanjaro International Airport, by 11:15am.
Meanwhile, travelers onboard were invited by Uganda High Commissioner to Tanzania, Richard Tumusiime Kaboonero, Tanzania Aviation Officials, Regional Commissioner Tanzania, government authorities and the media.
Uganda Airlines will fly Kilimanjaro, multiple times week after week on; i.e., Mondays, Wednesdays and Sundays.
In conclusion, with the ongoing expansion of 2 new airships to the armada, the aircraft is required to dispatch new courses to different nations including the Democratic Republic of Congo, Ethiopia, Zimbabwe, Djibouti, and South Africa.
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