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Uganda Airlines firms order for two A330neo

Posted 8 April 2019 · Add Comment

Uganda Airlines, the national carrier of Uganda, has firmed up its order for two A330-800s, the latest version of the A330 widebody airliner.



Fitted with the new Airspace by Airbus cabin, the A330neo is set to bring a range of benefits to Uganda Airlines and its customers.

Uganda Airlines plans to use the A330-800 to build its medium and long-haul network with the aircraft offering cutting-edge technology along with more efficient operations

Launched in July 2014, the A330neo Family is the new generation A330, comprising two versions: the A330-800 and A330-900 sharing 99% commonality.

The A330neo is powered by Rolls-Royce’s latest-generation Trent 7000 engines and features a new wing with increased span and new A350 XWB-inspired Sharklets. The cabin provides new Airspace amenities, including state-of-the-art passenger inflight entertainment and Wifi connectivity systems.


 

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