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Uganda Airlines Bombardier Planes Are Expected To Begin Operations In July 2019 – Museveni

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Revival of the National Airline: The two Uganda Airlines Bombardier planes CRJ900s were received on 23rd April, 2019. Government revived the National carrier which had ceased operations. Commercial operations are expected to commence in July, 2019. The other two Bombardier CRJ900s are expected in July and September and recruitment of key staff for the National airline is completed,’said Museveni. He ...

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PicMe Up Investment Limited Joins Transport Business

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In an effort aimed at providing fast and reliable transport means to city dwellers, PicMe Up Investment Limited has launched their operations. PicMe App is a mobile application that is owned by PicMe Up Investment  Limited. The application is used to manage transportation services in easy cost effective, efficient and convenient ways using widely accessible platforms like smart phones and ...

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PicMe App Investment To Refine Transport Business In City

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In an effort aimed at reducing injuries, accidents and safety of passengers on the road, PicMe App investment a new BodaBoda Transport Company is set to start operations in May. PicMe App Investment is relying on technology to provide real time and cost effective transport means to city dwellers both on smart phones and ordinary phones through sms in five ...

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Museveni And First Lady Receive The First Two Uganda Airlines Bombardier Planes

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This morning, First Lady Janet and president Museveni led Ugandans to receive the first two of the CRJ900 Bombardier planes which will form part of the fleet for our revived national flag carrier, the Uganda Airlines. When you are mingling millet, you must wait for the water to get to the right temperature before you add flour. Wrong timing would ...

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Man Arrested For Causing Bomb Scare Inside Kenya Airways Plane

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A man who was among the passengers in the Kenya Airways plane which was about to take-off at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport has been arrested for allegedly raising unnecessary alarm which diverted everyone’s attention on board. Check also: Kenya Loses More People In Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737 Plane Crash According to other passengers, the man who had an argument with fellow ...

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