The re-introduction of the morning flight, Air Uganda is now in a better position to serve their clients and provide them with great value for money fares and a more attractive convenient schedule that enables them to do a day’s business in Nairobi and make more flights to other airlines at Jomo Kenyatta Airport.
The morning flight had been suspended after a rise in oil prices and a dip in passenger numbers hurt the company’s revenue. That suspension, announced in July 2008, left Air Uganda with only the evening flight.
The new morning flight leaves Entebbe at 6:45 am and arrives in Nairobi at 7:45am. In Nairobi, Air Uganda leaves at 8:15 am and arrives at Entebbe at 8:15 am.
Air Uganda also flies to Juba, Dar es Salaam, and Zanzibar. The company has three aircraft at the moment, with two more expected by the end of the year.
Air Uganda is fully owned by the Aga Khan Fund for Economic Development. The airline has been operating in Uganda since 2007.
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