Resumption of Scheduled Flights at Entebbe International Airport-Uganda

With Entebbe International Airport set to be re-opened, Uganda Airlines are prepared to resume the scheduled flight operations starting on the 1st October 2020.
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A Bombardier CRJ-900 operated by Uganda Airlines arrives at Aden Abdulle International Airport| Omar Abdisalan via Flickr
The airport had been closed down earlier this year following the presidential directives to restrict the movement of travellers into the country due to the Coronavirus outbreak.
Basing on the press release made on Monday 21st September 2020 by Uganda Airlines, the national carrier will resume operations with only four destinations in the month of October.
Uganda Airlines recently stated:
The Airlines will restart its services with four destinations in the month of October 2020, namely Nairobi, Dar es Salaam, Juba, and Mogadishu. Other previously served destinations like Bujumbura, Kilimanjaro, Mombasa ,and Zanzibar will be added later.
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Terminal at Entebbe International| (C) PetterLundkvist via WikiCommons
The Airlines said that its Africa network expansion plans will continue and that soon it will launch scheduled operations to Johannesburg, Kinshasa, Harare, and Lusaka. The approved Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) will continue to be observed by the Airlines for the health and safety of the passengers and crew members.
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Katongole Andrew
Katongole Andrew
Aviation Reporter - Based in the African continent, Katongole is one of Travel Radar's African aviation reporters. With a passion for both bush-flying and larger commercial airlines, Katongole analyses and reports on the latest developments across the African Region, as well as more widely across Europe, the US and Middle East.


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