East African carrier, Uganda Airlines has introduced flights to Kinshasa to its growing route network.
According to logupdateafrica.com, the route will be served three times a week, leaving Entebbe every Tuesday, Friday, and Sunday while returning on the same day.
Uganda Airlines is presently already in overdrive with their sales activities across all their destinations, the teams led by commercial director Roger Wamara.
From January, the airlines said Dubai route will be launched as the carrier’s first long haul, intercontinental service using A330neo aircraft. Although the dates are yet to be announced.
As per ATC News report, Uganda Airlines is said to launch four times a week service from Entebbe via Lusaka to Johannesburg.
The carrier is expecting A330neo to join its fleet soon.