Govt Buys Six Jets to Revive Uganda Airlines

Works and Transport Minister Monica Azuba-Ntege has said that the government has made a cash deposit of approximately U.S.$1,2 million for the purchase of aircraft for Uganda Airlines, which is scheduled to take to the skies again in November. Azuba says a deposit has been made for four Bombardier CRJ900 passenger jets from Canadian Bombardier Aerospace and another deposit has been made for two wide-body A330-200 aircraft.

  • Uganda:   Govt Buys Six Jets to Revive Airline

    Monitor, 17 May 2018

    Works and Transport minister Monica Azuba-Ntege has said government has made an initial cash deposit of approximately $1.2m (Shs4.43b) for the purchase of six passenger aircraft… Read more »

A plane belonding to the defunct Uganda Airlines (file photo).

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