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Entebbe Airport Sets up Special Clearance Stands for G77 Summit Delegates 1 2

Uganda was last year selected to host the G77 + China Summit in April this year. The Group of 77 and China (G77) at the United Nations is a coalition of 135 developing nations, designed to promote its members' collective economic interests and create an enhanced joint negotiating capacity in the United Nations.
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Aviation Industry Registers Progresses in 2019 1 1 Top story

Vianney Luggya, the Public Affairs Manager Civil Aviation Authority told Uganda Radio Network on Sunday Morning, that the progress is part of the 20-year National Aviation Master plan put in place in 2015.
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Cargo Transport, Domestic Flights Could Change Uganda Airlines Fortunes -Angessa Ethiopian Airlines 3 2 Top story

Angessa said that many of the airline companies across the world benefit most from the transportation of cargo across borders for export and import and thus a revived company such as Uganda Airlines would need to focus on increasing cargo transportation.
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CAA Awarded for Outstanding Security, Safety Performance 2

The International Civil Aviation Organization is a specialized agency of the United Nations. It codifies the principles and techniques of international air navigation and fosters the planning and development of international air transport to ensure safe and orderly growth.
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Ethiopian Airlines Mishap: Medical Report Exonerates Pilots 3 1

Ayub Soma, the Acting Director Airports and Aviation Security at the Civil Aviation Authority says, a preliminary report by a medical team indicated that the pilot and crew were not mentally ill and did not test positive to any substance.
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Delayed Construction of Kasese Airport Irks Leaders 1

Geoffrey Sibendire Bigogo, the Kasese District LC V chairperson wants government to fulfill its pledge, saying developing airfield will boost the tourism sub sector and increase local revenue collection in the region.
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Bunyoro Politicians Demand Jobs for Locals at Kabaale Airport sbi 1 2

Leaders in Hoima district say that SBI is already clearing the proposed site with workers ferried from elsewhere other than Buseruka Sub County, where the airport is located.
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Rain Gauge Shortages Impact Rain Information Service weather stations

The country that used to have over one thousand rain gauges spread over sixteen climatic zones now has less than four hundred functioning ones. Only one hundred of the existing stations regularly provided rain data to the national radar.
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Asante Aviation Interim Injunction Extended stanbic bank uganda 1

On July 19th 2013, Stanbic Bank lawyers, Kateera & Kagumire Advocates, appointed an administrator to seize two aircraft belonging to Asante Aviation in order to recover a loan extended to the company earlier in the year. The airline, which had chartered flights to DRC, South Sudan and within Uganda had borrowed 4.2 million United States Dollars in 2013 to acquire three aircraft.
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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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UGX 120 Billion Needed to Upgrade Gulu Airport 4 1

Some of the aeronautical and critical infrastructure for the air transport system include aircraft hangers, cargo terminals, control towers, runways, access routes, ground markings, parking areas (aircraft and vehicles), water treatment systems, among.
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CAA- Machine Readable Passports to Control Aviation Crime 1

The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) set 2015 as deadline for all its member states to upgrade their passports to Machine -Readable forms.
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