Uganda Airlines will resume international scheduled flights on October 1, the same day Entebbe International Airport is reopening for commercial passenger flights.
“This resumption follows a decision by the Government of Uganda to re-open Entebbe International Airport to scheduled commercial operations,” officials said in a statement. “Entebbe International Airport is the hub for the national carrier.”
According to the statement, the Airline will restart its services with four destinations in the month of October namely Nairobi, Dar es Salaam Juba and Mogadishu.
Other previously served destinations like Bujumbura, Kilimanjaro Mombasa and Zanzibar will be added later, officials say.
Meanwhile, the national carrier says its plans for the Africa network expansion will continue.
“We plan to launch scheduled operations to Johannesburg, Kinshasa, Harare and Lusaka in the coming months,” officials said.