Air Uganda is AFRAA’s latest member, set to join IATA

ATC News by Prof. Dr. Wolfgang H. Thome AIR UGANDA JOINS AFRAA – IATA MEMBERSHIP NEXT (Posted 22nd May 2014) Uganda’s quasi national airline Air Uganda is the latest airline to join AFRAA, the African Airline Association, according to information received from the company’s CEO Cornwell Muleya. Already active as a keynote speaker at the…

“Reviving Uganda Airlines is long overdue” — Opinion by John Walugembe on New Vision com says the Aga Khan group has demonstrated resilience by operating for a solid five years

I was glad to hear that Government is considering reviving our national carrier-Uganda Airlines. I think this is long overdue. (…) The above history is important to contextualise the circumstances that led to the airlines’ collapse. Chief among these was mismanagement. Now that the Government is considering reviving the airline, this must be the starting…

‘Air Uganda may see Uganda Government take a stake’ — Wolfganghthome’s Blog article on Aga Khan Fund for Economic Development own Airline to further expend

“Snip” There appears to be some movement now within government circles to finally consider this option seriously as reports are emerging in Kampala that the Minister for Trade and Industry Mrs. Amelia Kyambadde – who is also the immediate former Principal Private Secretary to President Museveni – has for the first time floated the idea…

Air Uganda to increase its capacity to cater for football fans – KBC News

Air Uganda flies three times dailyon the Nairobi/Entebbe route Air Uganda has announced that it will increase capacity this weekend on the Nairobi-Entebbe route to ensure that all Kenyan and Ugandan fans attend the Harambee Stars Vs Cranes match on 8th October 2011. “Due to the unprecedented demand for air tickets during this period, we…

Air Uganda hopes to spread its wings – E Turbo News com

Image via in2eastafrica.net “snip” Owned by the Aga Khan Fund for Economic Development, under the Aga Khan Development Network, the airline commenced operations towards the end of 2007. Initially troubled by management turbulences, the airline finally found its footing when former Kenya Airways Commercial Director Hugh Fraser took the helm, replacing the hapless Italian management…