All four of Uganda Airlines new Mitsubishi CRJ-900 (Bombardier) planes went airborne Friday afternoon after 90 days on ground.
Images from Flightradar24. com, a global flight tracking service that provides you with real-time information about thousands of aircraft around the world, showed the four planes – Flight 5XKNP, 5XEQU, 5XKOB and another that did not have a call sign – airborne in Uganda airspace.
It could signal a resumption of service soon after the COVID-19 lockdown. Uganda airspace remains closed to international schedule passenger flights until further notice.
All 4 of Uganda Airlines Mitsubishi CRJ-900 that make up its entire fleet are now airborne after 90 days on ground. Uganda airspace remains closed to international schedule passenger flights until further notice pic.twitter.com/hmbaXFQB1W
— AeroSkippah (@AeroSkippah) June 19, 2020
KenyaConfirmed78,512Deaths1,409Recovered52,709Active24,394Last updated: November 25, 2020 - 7:29 am (+00:00)
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4 Bombardiers took to the skies for a Test Flights today. Won't be long now. 📷Ebbz plane Spotter. pic.twitter.com/lzrsJtoWpI
RwandaConfirmed5,750Deaths47Recovered5,241Active462Last updated: November 25, 2020 - 7:29 am (+00:00)
— Uganda Professional Pilots’ Association (@uppa_aviators) June 19, 2020
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