Uganda Airlines to fly again, says Museveni

One of Uganda Airlines planes before it was liquidated in 2001. FILE PHOTO.

Kampala- After nearly two decades in limbo, Uganda Airlines, a national carrier, could fly again after President Museveni, in his first address to the new Cabinet yesterday termed the lack of a national airline “a big shame,” criticising Kenyan, Ethiopia and South African “brothers” for ditching the comradeship and instead opting to exploit Ugandans.

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