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Emirates Marks 15th Year of Connecting Japan to the World

In October 2002, Emirates became the first airline to link Japan and the Gulf region with non-stop flights when it introduced its four-times-per-week service to Osaka. Now serving three points in Japan daily, Emirates, the world’s largest international airline, has carried over 3.9 million passengers* in 15 years of service to Japan. The number of passengers carried in Emirates’

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Uganda Travel Month Returns With 2017 Edition

Uganda Travel Month, the largest experiential tourism marketing event on the Uganda calendar is back with a 2017 edition. The event, which will be taking place in October 2017, is seeking to be one of the top three ‘must visit’ events of its kind on the regional and continental calendar by

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Qatar Airways to Award Customers with Chance to Fly Free for a Year

Qatar Airways has launched a ‘Global Travel Boutique’ promotion, offering passengers from around the world amazing fares on flights in both Economy and Business Class, as well as the opportunity to win once-in-a-lifetime Mega prizes, including the chance to fly free to any Qatar Airways destination for one year. Valid from

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Civil Aviation Authority Issues Statement on Passenger who Collapsed at Entebbe Airport

Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has spoken out on an incident at the weekend in which a passenger fainted near the immigration counters at Entebbe International Airport, sparking social media condemnation. The passenger fainted at about 2am on Saturday. According to CAA spokesperson Vianney Luggya, the social media information that the passenger was

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VIDEO: Rwanda-bound Jaguar Bus Catches Fire

A bus heading to Rwanda has Monday morning caught fire at Nyakabande Airstrip in Kisoro district. The bus belonged to Jaguar Bus Company. The bus had earlier in the day left Kampala but suffered a tyre burst and caught fire. https://www.facebook.com/NTVUganda/videos/1446209038760879/ The bus’ final destination was Kigali Rwanda. No injuries and fatalities had been reported

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