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18:38
18:38

CAA Asked to Recover UGX 2B Excess Payment to SEYANI Brothers Parliament 5 1

The airport expansion project which started in 2015 covers the extension of the passenger terminal, construction of a new cargo centre, and refurbishment of the airport’s two runways. As part of the project, M/s Seyani Brothers (U) Ltd was contracted for the landside expansion which sought to provide a new Arrivals and Departure block.
07:54
07:54

CAA Losing 500m UGX Daily from Entebbe Airport Lockdown COVID-19 1 1

The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA)has said it has lost atleast 534 million shillings daily due to the lockdown of Entebbe Airport.
14:41
14:41

Gov’t Commits Partial Payment for Church of Uganda Land in Entebbe commercial court 1

Details of the commitment have been presented to the Commercial Court, where a consultancy firm, Land Coin Limited dragged the church, in pursuit of a 7.3 billion Shillings payment for its services. The Church contracted the company in 2015 to verify the extent of interest on a piece of land housing certain government offices in Entebbe.
16:43
16:43

AG Advises Against Splitting Civil Aviation Authority 1

The Attorney General says that although separating the two roles is desirable, it is not feasible at the moment. He says that unlike Kenya and other airports across the region, Ugandas aviation industry is too small with only one international airport and a low volume of entry to warrant two separate authorities.
11:59
11:59

Tanzania's Precision Air re-launches Flights to Entebbe 1

The Dar es Salaam-based airline made its first flight on July 1st and will be making three return flights to Entebbe weekly. Precision Air suspended flights to Entebbe in 2013 during the route rationalization process and network restructuring.
19:37
19:37

Kenya Denies Ugandan Pilot Work Permit 1

Captain Ronald Denis DUjanga, a South Africa-trained pilot has been hired by airliner Fly540 since mid-2016, but the Kenya Civil Aviation Authority KCCA is refusing to give him a letter of no objection in order to allow him work freely.
16:07
16:07

Uganda Yet to Communicate to South Sudan on Eagle Air Crash

The Civil Aviation Authority CAA, which regulates the air industry in Uganda, says the Ugandan government has to write to its South Sudan counterpart to institute investigations into an Eagle Air crash in Yei on April 1. The Eagle Air aircraft, which was taking off from Yei aerodrome in South Sudans Central Equatoria State, burst its tyre and veered off the runway crashing in the bush. The passengers and crew escaped unhurt.
19:15
19:15

Entebbe Airport Upgrading Now at 17% 4

Acting Managing Director of Civil Aviation Authority, Dr. David Mpango Kakuba, says a number of works under the project have been completed while others are ongoing. The works are being funded by the government with a loan from the Exim Bank of China at 200 million dollars, equivalent to 7.2 trillion shillings.
13:20
13:20

CAA Director Fired in Public Interest – Works PRO

The Managing Director of Civil Aviation Authority CAA Wenceslaus Rama Makuza has been axed with immediate effect. According to Susan Kataike, the Public Relations Officer of Ministry of Works and Transport, CAAs parent ministry, Makuzas contract has been terminated in both CAA and the countrys interest.
16:45
16:45

Opposition To Petition International Aviation Body Over Besigye Arrest dr kizza besigye 1 3

Besigye, who returned into the country on Monday morning after a months trip to the United States and the United Kingdom, was arrested by security officers, shortly after he disembarked from a Kenya Airways flight.
15:38
15:38

I Was Kidnapped By the State-Besigye besigye returns 1 5

Besigye told journalists at his home in Kasangati that he was mobbed by security disguised as Civil Aviation Authority personnel as he inclined off the plane and whisked away towards the Old Airport.
20:17
20:17

Soroti Flying School Illegally Training Pilots aviation 3

The runway at the aviation school ripping off as Civil Aviation Authority seeks for 28 billion shillings to repair it. Its legal status in Uganda is yet to be resolved and therefore it lacks vote in budget.
09:59
09:59

Lira in Talks with CAA Over Airfield Relocation 1

Assy Abirebe Tumwesigire, the Town Clerk Lira municipality, says they have started talks with CAA to finance the establishment of the modern airfield at Anai village.
15:23
15:23

CAA Ponders Relocation of Lira Airfield land encroachment 1

CAA spokesperson Ignatius Igundura told URN that the relocation is necessitated by the obstruction to safe operations by new developments on the current airfield. He says the airfield can no longer operate while surrounded by towering structures.
12:56
12:56

Kitgum Residents Turn Airfield into Gardens kitgum airfield 3 3 Top story

Residents have taken advantage of lax security at the facility to begin encroaching on the land. Now Simsim, Beans, Pototoes and Maize are growing along what should be the Kitgum Airfield runway.
14:12
14:12

Banned Lira Airfield Still in Use Years Later 2

\"Air operators and the general public are hereby notified that Lira Airfield is not safe for normal aircraft operations. A notification will be issued once the safety status of the airfield has been restored,\" read the CAA statement.
18:36
18:36

Air Uganda Suspends Operations Indefinately aviation industry 1 Top story

Muleya says the prolonged inability to generate revenue has forced the board of directors to suspend indefinitely the operations of Air Uganda in the country.
14:03
14:03

Air Uganda Suspends Flights

On Thursday, Air Uganda issued a statement explaining that the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ACAO)concluded a Uganda civil aviation systems, structures and operations and that the changes are as a result of this exercise. In the statement, Air Uganda says following the exercise, CAA withdrew all Air Operator Certificates (AOCs) and the airlines are required to re-apply for the same.
18:31
18:31

Jomo Kenyatta Airport Resumes Domestic Flights After Fire kenya airways

Kenya Airways says it has resumed domestic operations after containing a huge fire that destroyed the Arrivals Section of Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA). Dr. Titus Naikuni, the Kenya Airways Managing Director, in a press statement late on Wednesday said they will have limited domestic operation with the first flight out of Nairobi to Mombasa departing at 7.00pm.
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13:25

Officials Downplay KLM Plane Mishap In Entebbe plane crash

Deputy Speaker Jacob Oulanya and Sarah Luyima, a Director in the Ministry of Gender were among the passengers on board.
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