Uganda Airlines Returns to the Skies After Nearly 20 Years

Uganda Airlines has resumed commercial services after it stopped operating in 2001 due to financial difficulties. Monica Ntege Azuba, Uganda's Minister of Works and Transport, says the national carrier will help improve opportunities in agriculture, minerals, tourism and oil and gas sectors.

  • Uganda:  Uganda Airlines Takes to the Sky

    East African, 24 August 2019

    As revived national carrier Uganda Airlines prepares to take to the skies officially on Wednesday, for the first time in nearly 18 years, its most booked route out of its four… Read more »

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  • Uganda:   Uganda Airlines Resumes After 18 Years

    Monitor, 13 August 2019

    The Ministry of Works and Transport has urged Ugandans to look at the revival of the national airlines as an infrastructure development that government is undertaking to develop… Read more »

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