Entebbe, Uganda – Uganda Airlines will resume international scheduled flights from Thursday October 1st 2020.
The resumption follows a decision by Government of Uganda to re-open Entebbe International Airport to scheduled commercial operations.
In a statement, Uganda Airlines said that its services will restart with four destinations.
“Our services will restart with four destinations in the month of October 2020 namely Nairobi, Dar es Salaam, Juba and Mogadishu,” a statement from the Airline dated September 21st read in part.
Customers are recommended to book and check-in online through ugandairlines.com.
According to the airline, other previously served destinations like Bujumbura, Kilimanjaro, Mombasa and Zanzibar will be added later.
Uganda Airlines temporarily suspended commercial flights in March 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
As a measure to restart its flights, Uganda’s national flag carrier has assured its passengers of compliance to national and International guidelines for safe air travel in light of the virus.
According to the airline, this will be attained through strict adherence to approved Standard Operating Procedures (SoPs).
Relatedly, Africa Tembelea understands that the airlines Africa network expansion will continue with plans already underway for the scheduled launch of operations to Johannesburg, Kinshasa, Harare, and Lusaka in the coming months.