Expansion Project at Uganda's Entebbe Airport Runs into Trouble
The expansion of the Entebbe International Airport could take longer than originally planned. The contractor, China Communications and Construction Company, says a clan in Buganda is claiming part of the project land, while people in Mukono have taken court action to stop stone quarrying in their area, affecting the company's supply of rock aggregate.
Expansion works at Entebbe airport.
Monitor, 11 October 2017
Uganda Revenue Authority (URA) has petitioned the East African Court of Justice challenging the payment of rent charged by Civil Aviation Authority (CAA). Read more »
EA Business, 24 July 2017
A clan, which occupies about 8 acres of land near Entebbe International Airport is proving stressful to the expansion and upgrade of the Airport, East African Business Week has… Read more »
Observer, 17 April 2017
Expansion works at Entebbe International airport are going on smoothly, with a lot of excavation works being undertaken. Read more »
Entebbe International Airport (file photo)
Monitor, 14 April 2017
The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has said it has completed 17 per cent of the ongoing expansion works at Entebbe International Airport, a year after the project was commissioned.… Read more »
Monitor, 7 March 2017
The looming eviction of ministry of Agriculture staff residing near Entebbe International Airport to pave way for the expansion of the airport, has left the affected persons… Read more »
The republic of South Korea and Korea International Cooperation Agency have set aside a $9.5m grant for the project, which commenced in March 2016 and is expected to be fully ... Read more »