Uganda Airlines to Receive two Brand-new Airbus A330s
Following a post published on Airbus’s official Facebook page, Uganda is yet to receive their brand-new Airbus A330s.
The post indicated two newly assembled and painted aircraft in the paint shop at an assembly plant in Toulouse, France. The pictures were captioned “Uganda Airlines brand new A330neo rolling out of our paint shop”.
Sources indicate that these two Airbus A330s were ordered after the relaunch of the country’s national carrier. There are expected to be in Uganda before the year ends despite the COVID-19 disruptions.
Uganda is expected to be among the few countries that operate the new model of Airbus A330. The other country is Kuwait and another yet to be disclosed Airline of a certain country.
By description, Airbus A330-800Neo is a sleek and beautiful plane. It differs its self-unique with low fuel consumption, cabin comfort and operational versatility.
Once the Airbus A330s are delivered, Uganda Airlines hopes to start long haul routes to numerous destinations including Dubai, Guangzhou in China and India’s Mumbai.