British Airways Suspends Flights to Entebbe International Airport

Kampala – British Airways has announced the suspension of flights between Entebbe International Airport and Heathrow, London.
British Airways in a communication issued this week states that the current flights between Entebbe and Heathrow are not “commercially viable”.
The suspension starts in October this year. British Airways has been flying four times a week on the route.
“We are suspending our four times a week service from London Heathrow to Entebbe from October 2, 2015. The last service will depart Entebbe on Saturday October 3, 2015. The flights are being suspended because they are not commercially viable,” reads a communication from the British Airways International Media Team.
British Airways has operated in Uganda for 24 years after re-launching its flights to Uganda in 1991. It was the only airline operating direct flights to London, Heathrow.


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