Uganda Airlines has entered into an agreement with Airbus Flight Hour Services Company, a subsidiary of Airbus, for A330 aircraft spares support services.
This means Uganda Airlines’ airbus will be able to have critical spares for maintenance.
Mikhail Houri, Airbus President for Africa and the Middle East, signed for Airbus while Jenifer Bamuturaki, the acting executive director of Uganda Airlines, signed for the national career.
Mr Matthieu Gobert, the Head of Commercial Services at Airbus, after the signing the agreement on Monday, 15 November 2021, said this will help Uganda Airlines to continue providing efficient and effective services.
Uganda Airlines on Sunday, November 14, 2021 started exhibiting its A330-Neo Aircraft Airbus at the ongoing Dubai Expo.
The A330-Neo Aircraft Airbus will be on static display from November 14 to November 18 at the aerospace show.
The aircraft is showcasing new generation pioneering technology, quietest cabin, larger bins, mood lighting, in-flight entertainment system and innovative cockpit systems.
Meanwhile, travellers to and from Uganda can now make direct flights into the heart of Europe and Middle East after Uganda Airlines secured Departure & Landing slots at London Heathrow & Dubai International Airports.