Uganda’s low-cost carrier, Vule Airways, is set to fly out of Entebbe International Airport starting November subject to regulatory approval from the Civil Aviation Authority.
Robert Mwesigwa, the co-founder of the three-month old carrier, said the announcement of schedules and fares will be coming soon.
“We plan to fly to the East African Community Partner States’ major airports, Southern Africa, London, Moscow, Dubai, Mumbai, Guangzhou, and Tel Aviv,” he told the news media ‘The Independent’ in an interview.
Incorporated in the United Kingdom in May 2017 and also registered in Uganda, Vule Airways is run by two directors – Mwesigwa and Fred Keays, a British national – and a company secretary
“Uganda is among the top five countries in the world when you come to tourism, according to CNN,” Wampamba said, “And therefore there is that market to capture and grow.”