Air Uganda introduced a new frequency along the Entebbe-Nairobi route yesterday. This brings to 14, the number of flights to Nairobi on weekly basis.The announcement comes after the airline took delivery of the second Bombardier CRJ-200 increasing the airline’s fleet to four aircraft. Njeri Wachira, the airline’s country manager said the new aircraft left Nairobi at 1.55 pm.
“Our intention is to continue understanding the needs of our passengers and then respond,” said Wachira. Air Uganda that came into operation in November 2007 launched daily flights between Entebbe in Uganda and Kigali in Rwanda at the end of February.