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Uganda to unleash travel revolution with direct flights to India

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | In an electrifying revelation, Uganda Airlines, the beacon of national pride, announced its auspicious plan to forge a sky-high connection between the heart of Africa and the vibrant streets of New Delhi, India.

Lenny Malasi, the airline’s illustrious Country Manager, spilled the exhilarating news to Money control, painting a vivid picture of this monumental endeavour.

“We’re in discussion with the concerned authorities, and approvals should shimmer down like golden confetti in three months, after which we’re poised to unleash direct flights to the bustling hubs of Delhi and Chennai!” Malasi proclaimed with infectious enthusiasm.

Fresh from the triumphant launch of their maiden direct service from Mumbai’s Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport to Uganda’s Entebbe International Airport on the auspicious day of October 3, Uganda Airlines is beckoning travellers with an introductory fare that starts at a tantalizing $450.

Malasi, the maestro behind this aviation revolution, revealed that India stands as a colossal market for Uganda Airlines.

A staggering 45,000 Indians call Uganda their second home, and hordes of bright minds embark on educational odysseys in India’s hallowed halls of learning.

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