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Air Uganda Lays Off 180 Staff As Asante Aviation Goes Bankrupt

The airline’s license was suspended by the Uganda Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) on June 19th, after an international audit faulted the regulator’s ability to monitor the sector. Air Uganda employs 200 staff at its head office in Kampala and the Entebbe office. It also has handling services, which have also been affected.
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CAA Contradicts Self on Air Uganda Suspension

Air Uganda, which is bearing the brunt of this suspension, faults the CAA for its woes. In a letter from the authority to the three suspended airlines, CAA admits that an audit carried out by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) found flaws by the regulator.
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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.
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National Airline Revival Not A Priority – Finance Minister state house 2

After a meeting between President Museveni and the Aga Khan in Paris, in December 2013, a press statement from State House indicated that the two had agreed that government buys a stake in the Air Uganda. Air Uganda is part of Celestair Group owned by the Aga Khan Fund for Economic Development (AKFED). Prior to that, media reports had also indicated that cabinet had resolved to buy shares in Air Uganda instead of reviving Uganda Airlines.
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10:09

Billions At Stake As South Sudan Crisis Affects Trade uganda people

In 2012 alone, exports to Sudan were estimated Shillings one trillion, of which three quarters are to South Sudan. This figure is up from Shillings 981 billion in 2011. Most exports to South Sudan include re-exported cosmetics, vegetables, eggs and construction materials like cement and iron sheets among others.
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