Air Tanzania has resumed passenger flights in and out of Entebbe International Airport after 6 months of flight suspension due to travel restrictions associated to the Covid-19 pandemic.
According to the officials, the airline has taken all precautions regarding covid-19 to enhance the safety of the passengers and the crew during the operations.
Air Tanzania is the latest regional airline to resume flights to Entebbe International Airport.
The airline will be providing two frequencies per week, with prospects of increased frequencies when the situation normalizes.
The airline officials say they have taken all precautions regarding Covid-19. This includes ensuring all passengers traveling to and from Entebbe have genuine covid-19 certificates, and disinfecting the plane upon arrival at its destination.
Passengers on board the first flight were delighted by the return of ATCL on the Entebbe route.
With the regional bus services yet to resume operations, regional airlines have come in handy in facilitating fast and reliable transport, although at a slightly higher cost.Follow Us on Social Media