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First phase to be funded through a concessional loan
Uganda is to undertake a major expansion project on its Entebbe International Airport. The multi-billion dollar project will see a complete remodeling and extension of the airport that lies along the shores of Africa's largest Lake Victoria. CCTV's Michael Baleke has that report
Uganda is looking for partners to finance a $ 400 million Master Plan for the country's aviation industry. The Civil Aviation project will see a total overhaul and expansion of the Entebbe International Airport and the upgrading of several airstrips. CCTV's Michael Baleke has that report.
Entebbe International Airport has for long been below standards, compared to other international airports. But Uganda’s only international airport could match up to the standards, after the National Civil Aviation expansion master plan which is expected to be completed by 2034. The Ministry of Works and Transport has handed over the construction site to a team of engineers who will handle the expansion of the passenger terminal building landside. The expansion of the passenger terminal building landside will cost 42.7 billion Uganda shillings, money internally generated by the civil aviation authority. This phase is expected to be completed by end of 2017. This is the artistic impression of how the airport will look like, according to the construction team. There will be two additional ...
proposed extension to Entebbe international airport
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A very exciting time for me since this was my first time arriving in Uganda after 22 years. Lived in Uganda for 3 years as a diplomat's child. The landing on South African Airways was nice and smooth. The scenery is always great since Entebbe is right by the Lake Victoria, the largest lake in Africa.
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