Emirates SkyCargo, the freight division of Emirates, was recently awarded the charter by a Japanese construction company to carry heavy machinery and steel parts for a new bridge currently being constructed across the Nile River in Uganda.
Emirates airline is set to upgrade its services to Uganda with the deployment of a larger Boeing 777-200LR on the daily Dubai-Entebbe route from October 1.
The Boeing 777-200LR will replace the current Airbus A330-200 used on the route,
UAE national carrier Etihad Airways has appointed Toyin Alaran as its new general manager for Uganda, following the launch of its new services between Entebbe and Abu Dhabi in May.
Based in Kampala, Toyin will be responsible for e
Access Infra Africa, a Dubai-based company, will launch what it says will be Africa's largest privately-owned solar plant in Uganda this year, part of plans to develop electricity projects in 17 African countries, mainly based on renewable e
UAE's national airline Etihad Airways strengthened its presence in East Africa region with the launch of new services between its hub Abu Dhabi and Entebbe, in central Uganda.
The inaugural flight EY645 departed the UAE capita
Rift Valley Railways (RVR), a portfolio company of leading regional investment group Citadel Capital, has re-launched Uganda’s Tororo-Gulu-Packwach rail line that links Kenya with Tororo in Eastern Uganda and Gulu in the north.
Egypt's Citadel Capital could be an investor in Uganda's proposed $2.5 billion oil refinery project, the Egyptian private equity firm's managing director said.
Uganda, east Africa's third-largest economy, has said
Egyptian private equity firm Citadel Capital plans to invest up to $200 million in setting up power plants in Uganda in the next two years, a senior company official said on Thursday.
Stephen Murphy said the firm, which focuses on the Midd
Bahrain’s national carrier, Gulf Air, hosted a presentation for Uganda’s travel trade stakeholders and prominent travel agency representatives today (October 20) in Kampala.
The event highlighted the planned re-launch of the airline's dire
Landslides in eastern Uganda killed at least 23 people and more victims were believed to be buried under mounds of mud, the Uganda Red Cross said on Monday.
The landslides occurred in the early hours of Monday after unseasonably heavy rain