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After almost 20 years since its liquidation by the army, Uganda Airlines has marked its first year of operations.

According to the Uganda National Airline company’s Chief Executive Officer Cornwell Muleya, more than 75,000 passengers have been transported during the year.

As the airport prepares to reopen (after closure due to the global COVID-19 pandemic), Cornwell Muleya announced that it has already finished hiring new, larger aircraft in the longer routes.

Roger Wamara, Uganda Airlines official, said that they currently provide charter services authorized by Africa’s state.

Uganda Airlines celebrated one year last Saturday, 29 August, after its services resurged since the same one was liquidated in 2001.

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