FAST JET LAUNCHES A LINK BETWEEN ENTEBBE AND DAR ES SALAAM – UGANDA SAFARI NEWS
Fast Jet one of the re-known African low cost airlines has launched flight links between Julius Nyerere International Airport in Tanzania’s Dar-es Salaam and Entebbe International Airport – the main gateway to Uganda.
This is great move towards increasing safaris to Uganda since transport is considered among the main components of travel industry and holiday undertaking. The launch of such low cost carrier to operate a direct link between these two nodes which has not been in existence before at a fare of $50 and can be regarded as a great move to cheap transport for those wishing to undertake safaris in Uganda.
Commencing its operations in this month of September, the Fast Jet will be operating two times a week namely; Tuesdays and Thursdays for the start but will subsequently increase to four flights in a week from 29th September, 2014 thus increasing the transfer of Uganda safari travellers. The launch of Fast Jet is believed to stimulate tourism in the region which will complement other International carriers like British Airways, Qatar Airways, Brussels Airways, KLM, Fly Emirates, Ethiopian Airways, Kenya Airways, Rwanda Air, South African Airways among other carriers that have always ensured the connection of passengers who wish to undertake gorilla trekking safaris, wildlife safaris, Chimpanzee trekking and other Uganda safari encounters.
Fast Jet is re-known for its cheap flights and no wonder it was ranked as Africa’s cheapest low-cost carrier and fifth in the world by Which Airline.com a flight comparison site.
Uganda safaris/Uganda safari News
Prime Uganda safaris & Tours Ltd
By Siima Simon Peter
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