Airlines Air Arabia to launch new Entebbe flights

Air Arabia to launch new Entebbe flights

Low-cost carrier, Air Arabia will launch new services to Entebbe in Uganda with direct flights from Sharjah, UAE starting in October 10, 2021.

Flights will operate 3X weekly using the Airbus A320 aircraft and will depart Sharjah on Wednesday, Friday and Saturday at 09:00am and land at 13:35pm while the return flight from Entebbe will depart at 14:15pm and arrive Sharjah International Airport at 21:00pm.

Air Arabia has also introduced a free Covid-19 insurance coverage to add more convenience to flyers. The insurance is automatically included as part of the booking and no additional documents are required from passengers.

This comes days after Uganda’s flag carrier Uganda airlines introduced its flight schedule to Dubai and will be served 3X weekly from October 4.

This will be the first intercontinental route for the African carrier featuring its new Airbus A330-800.

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Ekene Lionel is an author for The Aviator Africa, covering military aviation. He has worked as a journalist and defense tech writer for 5 years, much of that time focusing on military and emerging technologies.
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