Celebrating the first anniversary of the Uganda Airlines, the CEO Mr Cornwell Muleya revealed a plan to operate intercontinental routes before December this year according to Daily Monitor.
The airlines which were re-established last year after demise in 2001 has four planes with two airbus A330 expected this December. These will enable routes in Europe, Asia and Middle East. 18 more regional routes are also required to improve the airlines according to him.
The CEO revealed the airlines have since registered 75,000 customers since the inaugural flight from Entebbe Airport to Jomo Kenyatta Airport in August last year.
In his speech, he boasted of an achievement despite the COVID -19 pandemic that has hit airline business and being known allover the world. The airline perations started when it had no name and identity.