Effective 08th of May will Air Uganda, the Pearl of Africa’s quasi national airline, increase the number of flights between Entebbe and Juba, the capital of South Sudan, from the present 12 to 15 flights a week. Weekends, i.e. Saturday and Sunday, will get a second daily flight while Friday, due to the rise in demand, will have a third flight added to provide extra seats. Effective from that date will all services be operated by the airline’s single class CRJ200 aircraft, phasing out the dual class MD87 from this route. There are also going to be changes in the airline’s flights to Dar es Salaam which will be served daily with a nonstop service.
New, from 29th of May, will be flights to Kilimanjaro International, connecting Arusha, the seat of the East African Community and ‘Safari Capital of East Africa’ with Entebbe, before continuing to the Kenyan port city of Mombasa. More information about Air Uganda is available via the airline’s website www.air-uganda.com