Controversy Hangs Over Revival of Uganda Airlines
Two decades after its sudden collapse, Uganda has resurrected its national carrier set to begin flying in August 2019 but can it avoid repeating the same mistakes which led to its closure? Deutsche Welle's Alex Gitta takes a look.
Deutsche Welle, 12 May 2019
Two decades after its sudden collapse, Uganda has resurrected its national carrier. Some Ugandans are optimistic about the airline's revival, but can it avoid repeating the same… Read more »
One of Uganda Airlines' planes before the national carrier was liquidated in 2001 (file photo).
Uganda: Uganda Airlines Fall From Grace
Monitor, 8 May 2019
Barely 18 years after the national carrier exited, Uganda Airlines has made a return to the skies in a notoriously fickle industry. Read more »
Observer, 24 April 2019
President Museveni has confessed to being one of the people who buried the old Uganda Airlines more than 20 years ago. All its assets including five aircraft left behind by former… Read more »
Monitor, 13 April 2019
May be not. We hope it succeeds. Hope is one thing, facing up to the realities is another. There is great anticipation but also tremendous trepidation. After close to 20 years,… Read more »
Monitor, 11 April 2019
Uganda Airlines will take up to three months before it can begin doing commercial flights, according Works and Transport minister Monica Azuba Ntege. Read more »