ENTEBBE — Uganda Airlines on Sunday announced there would be delays in departure times of flights from Entebbe International Airport.
In a short message on Sunday, the airline did not reveal the cause for the delays, stating only that the development was due to ‘unavoidable circumstances’.
“Our passengers have been advised accordingly. We apologise for any inconveniences,” a statement from the airline on the entity’s social media pages said.
The airline has 11 flights destination every week, including Dubai in the United Arab Emirates. Others include Dar es Salaam, Mogadishu, Nairobi, Juba, Zanzibar, Bujumbura, Mombasa, Kinshasa, Kilimanjaro, and Johannesburg.
As of Sunday, the priciest air ticket offered by the airline was Mogadishu ($517), while the lowest was Nairobi ($218). The airline was founded in 2018, following the revival of the old Uganda Airlines, which flew between 1976–2001.
It launched flights in August 2019 with a flight from Entebbe to Jomo Kenyatta International and rolled out other flights to build its route network shortly after.
This airline is based at Entebbe International Airport (EBB), from where it flies to several destinations across Africa and the Middle East.