• Plans underway for a massive facelift for Uganda's Entebbe Airport

    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

    published: 26 Apr 2016
  • Uganda: Renovation of International Airport & Airstrips To Cost $400M

    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.

    published: 05 Feb 2015
  • Entebbe Airport Expansion Starts

    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 ...

    published: 19 Apr 2016
  • Manchester Airports Group and Medcare in Uganda

    Manchester Airports Group and Medcare working together in Uganda

    published: 12 Sep 2011
  • Landing at Entebbe Int Airport Uganda

    A very nice view of Landing at Entebbe Airport Uganda.

    published: 02 Mar 2014
  • Operation Thunderbolt: Entebbe Documentary (2000)

    Operation Entebbe (military code name Operation Thunderbolt) was a counter-terrorist hostage-rescue mission carried out by commandos of the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) at Entebbe Airport in Uganda on 4 July 1976 to free more than 100 Israeli and Jewish passengers, along with the non-Jewish pilot Captain Bacos, who remained as hostages and were threatened with death. All copyrights belong to original owners, Globus Group. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0275572/?ref_=ttfc_fc_tt

    published: 10 Aug 2014
  • THE MESS AT ENTEBBE AIRPORT!!

    The time I had my luggage stolen at Entebbe International Airport. 🎥 FILMING EQUIPMENT - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Camera - http://amzn.to/2sNdPIk Lens - http://amzn.to/2rzU6II

    published: 26 Jan 2017
  • AFRICA'S LARGEST AIRPORT

    Entebbe in Uganda has extended it's airport, and the new field was opened by the Acting Governor, Mr Potter, in the presence of the Kabaka of Buganda and his wife. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/8b726772c7d7431e8c69539ec8f8da60 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • The Most Inappropriate Full Body Searches On People

    10 worst cases of strip searching at airports, by police and in school. Subscribe to our channel: http://goo.gl/9CwQhg For copyright matters please contact us at: david.f@valnetinc.com Other Videos You Might Like 10 Most Controversial Events That Should Be Banned! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4qFCvXkPBv8 10 Bad Employees Who Did Horrible Things At Work! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tVg6_fLJrjI Description: To catch a thief, or to ensure the safety of the public, officials have to now have to extreme measures to make sure there is no hidden item in the human body. In today’s world, people have the capability to steal things and be really good at hiding them in various parts of their body. Because of this creative trickery, law enforcement and other professionals now have to resort ...

    published: 25 Jul 2016
  • Kenya plans airstrips to ease burden on major airports

    Kenya's aviation capacity was concentrated in the major airports, and tasked to handle the high demand; but has now resorted to spread the burden across the country by developing local airstrips.

    published: 06 Feb 2017
  • Uganda: 11 Tips for Travellers | #WhereisAJ

    AJAY JAIN Do you like the thought of visiting Africa? And Uganda in specific? I have noticed some people looking a bit unsure at the prospect of going to Uganda - after all, we don’t come across too many who have been to the country. But those of us who have - including yours truly - can never stop talking about it. Uganda is clearly a traveller’s delight - and safer than many other places on the planet. While you think about a trip to the country, here are a few tips for you. 1. GETTING THERE Not too many airlines serve the country - and you may have to hop a few airports to get there. The country does not have a national carrier - but the likes of Ethiopian, Kenya and Etihad will get you there. 2. VISA Uganda introduced e-visas in June 2016 but the system was not functioning efficient...

    published: 06 Sep 2016
  • President Museveni Promises to Revive Uganda Airlines

    By end 2013, reports suggested that government was planning to revive Uganda Airlines. It remained speculative until government confirmed the reports, although without a concrete plan on how this would be done. It now seems that president Museveni wants focus put to this in his latest term. While addressing his new cabinet at State House, Entebbe on Thursday, president Museveni said government will focus on the national airline because Ugandan travelers suffer a lot, which he described as a shame. The president says he did not pay a lot of attention to the national airliner in the past because he thought the airlines of neighboring countries would serve Ugandans. He has now directed the Ministry of Works and Transport to finalize negotiations with investors that can help the country st...

    published: 24 Jun 2016
  • The Airport in Goma, Democratic Republic of Congo - A Welthungerhilfe-Project

    Goma is the biggest city in Easter Congo – with a population of half a million. The Goma airport is located in the middle of town. In January 2002 the volcano Niyragongo erupted and buried large parts of the city and the airport under massive layers of lava. Although parts of the runway cannot be used anymore, the pilots keep using it to take off and land planes. The location of the Goma airport makes the situation for the residents particularly dangerous. In 2008 a plane shot over the end of the runway into the city and killed 47 people – most of the dead were visitors to the local market. The reconstruction of the runway started not till seven years after the volcanic eruption. The Department for Foreign Affairs of the Federal Republic of Germany financed the construction work, whil...

    published: 21 Oct 2015
  • Inside Nairobi Airport - Kenya/Uganda Trip

    published: 24 Jun 2015
  • Eritrean Airlines landing in Massawa Airport - Best Airlines in Africa

    Eritrean Ethiopian Somalian Kenyan Uganda Hungry Eritreans arrive from Frankfurt, Germany to Massawa, Eritrea Time: 1h20m Distance: 385,2nm From Frankfurt to Asmara via Eritrean Airlines B757 ewecom site Is an entertainment site that cares about the activities of the Eritrean communities in the Middle East, local news . in addition to the development of infrastructure in Eritrea and the news

    published: 25 Jun 2011
  • King of Uganda Arrives at Ahmedabad Airport Wearing Gold

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    published: 17 Feb 2017
  • emirates cabin crew leaving entebbe airport

    published: 16 Aug 2010
  • Passenger traffic set to surge after airport construction work is completed in Nigeria

    Nigeria is aiming to boost passenger traffic at its five international airports to 30 million by the end of this year. That is after completing the construction of five new terminal buildings being handled by Chinese construction firm, CCECC. In the case of the Lagos airport, which the country's biggest, the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria says the new terminal will significantly ramp up passenger traffic and yield much desired revenue for the government. CCTV's Deji Badmus report

    published: 08 Jan 2016
  • Plane Crash--Lands In Uganda

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    published: 28 Sep 2016
  • Bobi Wine Is Back In The Country & The Airport Is Going Crazy !!

    published: 22 Sep 2017
  • Kenya in the process of renovating Lokichoggio airport

    In the early 90s the then Sudan was in turmoil as people of the south were struggling for independence. Aid was needed and Lokichoggio airport served at one of the world's biggest humanitarian airport. Years later Lokichoggio international airport is under renovation by the Kenyan government and is seen as vital in the development of northern Kenya

    published: 09 Feb 2017
  • Vlog #2 - Dubai to Kampala, Uganda

    We are in Africa! Today was a big travel day. We time-lapsed some of our journey...iPhoneography credit to the window seat videographer, Amanda Flatt (she has some new iPhone skills)...enjoy! ✩ Instagram - http://instagram.com/bhofen ✩ Twitter - http://twitter.com/BrentHofen ✩ SNAPCHAT! - BrentHofen ✩ Blog/Website - http://www.brenthofen.com ✩ FaceBook - http://facebook.com/brenthofen ✩ Other YouTube Channel - https://www.youtube.com/hofenfamily Bumba Crossing by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1500031 Artist: http://incompetech.com/

    published: 03 May 2017
  • Uganda Set to Issue Biometric Passports Next Year

    The government of Uganda is set to begin issuing new biometric passports early next year in a bid to fight security issues in the East African country.The new biometric passports are also a requirement by the International Civil Aviation Organization as a standard procedure for reducing fraud, aviation related crimes and hurdles at international airports. CCTV's Michael Baleke reports

    published: 25 Oct 2014
  • US embassy warns of terrorist plot to attack Kampala airport

    The US embassy in Uganda has warned of a specific threat by an unknown terrorist group to attack the airport in the capital Kampala. The US embassy says it's received info from the Uganda police that there's a real threat of terror attack on the Entebbe International Airport on July the 3rd. The alert was published on the embassy's website. It followed a warning by US authorities on Wednesday that security at Middle East and European airports with direct US flights needed a boost. Ugandan security agencies have now deployed forces in and around the Kampala city following the reports. During World Cup finals in 2010, a militant group attacked Kampala, killing 78 people in twin bombings there.

    published: 03 Jul 2014
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Plans underway for a massive facelift for Uganda's Entebbe Airport

Plans underway for a massive facelift for Uganda's Entebbe Airport

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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
https://wn.com/Plans_Underway_For_A_Massive_Facelift_For_Uganda's_Entebbe_Airport
Uganda: Renovation of International Airport & Airstrips To Cost $400M

Uganda: Renovation of International Airport & Airstrips To Cost $400M

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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.
https://wn.com/Uganda_Renovation_Of_International_Airport_Airstrips_To_Cost_400M
Entebbe Airport Expansion Starts

Entebbe Airport Expansion Starts

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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 passenger terminal buildings constructed, taking a basket like structure. Unlike the hassle of having to carry your luggage up to the departure section, the car will park right at the entrance of the airport, then you will go through the security system, then use the elevator to the check in counters. If you are early for the flight, you could use the extended lounge to nap. The new block will also have additional baggage handling conveyer belts when passengers arrive. This is in addition to the two existing conveyer belts that exist currently. According to the transport minister, Eng. John Byabagambi, the expansion is to allow passengers enjoy their transit or arrivals with ease and comfort. Byabagambi also calls for patience among the passengers especially during the construction period. During this construction phase, six more check in points will be constructed to add to the 20 existing ones. The project will be implemented by the Seyan Brothers construction firm, and supervised by Sentongo Brothers engineering. This construction is part of the bigger expansion plan. Last year, President Museveni launched the expansion of the Cargo section, a contract which is currently handled by the china communication and Construction Corporation at a loan cost of 200 million dollars. This will include the resurfacing of the 2 run ways, construction of a new passenger terminal and the expansion of the cargo section.
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Manchester Airports Group and Medcare in Uganda

Manchester Airports Group and Medcare in Uganda

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Manchester Airports Group and Medcare working together in Uganda
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Landing at Entebbe Int  Airport Uganda

Landing at Entebbe Int Airport Uganda

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A very nice view of Landing at Entebbe Airport Uganda.
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Operation Thunderbolt: Entebbe Documentary (2000)

Operation Thunderbolt: Entebbe Documentary (2000)

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Operation Entebbe (military code name Operation Thunderbolt) was a counter-terrorist hostage-rescue mission carried out by commandos of the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) at Entebbe Airport in Uganda on 4 July 1976 to free more than 100 Israeli and Jewish passengers, along with the non-Jewish pilot Captain Bacos, who remained as hostages and were threatened with death. All copyrights belong to original owners, Globus Group. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0275572/?ref_=ttfc_fc_tt
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THE MESS AT ENTEBBE AIRPORT!!

THE MESS AT ENTEBBE AIRPORT!!

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The time I had my luggage stolen at Entebbe International Airport. 🎥 FILMING EQUIPMENT - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Camera - http://amzn.to/2sNdPIk Lens - http://amzn.to/2rzU6II
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AFRICA'S LARGEST AIRPORT

AFRICA'S LARGEST AIRPORT

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Entebbe in Uganda has extended it's airport, and the new field was opened by the Acting Governor, Mr Potter, in the presence of the Kabaka of Buganda and his wife. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/8b726772c7d7431e8c69539ec8f8da60 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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The Most Inappropriate Full Body Searches On People

The Most Inappropriate Full Body Searches On People

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10 worst cases of strip searching at airports, by police and in school. Subscribe to our channel: http://goo.gl/9CwQhg For copyright matters please contact us at: david.f@valnetinc.com Other Videos You Might Like 10 Most Controversial Events That Should Be Banned! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4qFCvXkPBv8 10 Bad Employees Who Did Horrible Things At Work! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tVg6_fLJrjI Description: To catch a thief, or to ensure the safety of the public, officials have to now have to extreme measures to make sure there is no hidden item in the human body. In today’s world, people have the capability to steal things and be really good at hiding them in various parts of their body. Because of this creative trickery, law enforcement and other professionals now have to resort to strip searching in order to find the stolen goods. But with any kind of searching, there is bound to be some controversy, especially where strip searches are concerned. Typically, the regular person just can’t go up to any random individual and take off their clothes and perform a cavity search. Our bodies are our personal property and there are certain rights that have to be respected. Otherwise, the person performing the strip search is breaking the law and could have a lawsuit waiting for them. Here are some of the most inappropriate cases of strip searching. From schools taking it way too far to fast food employees being conned into forcing someone into taking it off, these cases made the national news and forced us all to reconsider what is moral and right for the sake of safety and preventing theft. Hopefully, you won’t find yourself the subject of a strip search. But if so, then check out the stories in this video and find out what you can do to get some justice for having to expose yourself in front of a stranger. Our Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheRichest.org Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheRichest_Com Instagram: http://instagram.com/therichest For more videos and articles visit: http://www.therichest.com/
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Kenya plans airstrips to ease burden on major airports

Kenya plans airstrips to ease burden on major airports

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Kenya's aviation capacity was concentrated in the major airports, and tasked to handle the high demand; but has now resorted to spread the burden across the country by developing local airstrips.
https://wn.com/Kenya_Plans_Airstrips_To_Ease_Burden_On_Major_Airports
Uganda: 11 Tips for Travellers | #WhereisAJ

Uganda: 11 Tips for Travellers | #WhereisAJ

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AJAY JAIN Do you like the thought of visiting Africa? And Uganda in specific? I have noticed some people looking a bit unsure at the prospect of going to Uganda - after all, we don’t come across too many who have been to the country. But those of us who have - including yours truly - can never stop talking about it. Uganda is clearly a traveller’s delight - and safer than many other places on the planet. While you think about a trip to the country, here are a few tips for you. 1. GETTING THERE Not too many airlines serve the country - and you may have to hop a few airports to get there. The country does not have a national carrier - but the likes of Ethiopian, Kenya and Etihad will get you there. 2. VISA Uganda introduced e-visas in June 2016 but the system was not functioning efficiently, at least until recently. You can get a multiple entry visas at the country’s embassy in your country. There is the option of visa-on-arrival too; you get only single entry though at the airport. The process is quite efficient taking only a few minutes and costs USD 100 - although there has been news of this being reduced to USD 50 to boost tourism inflows. 3. YELLOW FEVER VACCINATION This is mandatory - for your sake more than anyone else’s. Get this in your home country and carry the certificate with the passport at all times. It is valid for 10 years so you don’t have to get one every time you visit countries that require you to. 4. CURRENCY The local currency is Ugandan Shillings; the exchange rate is mid 2016 was USD 100 = UGX 330,000 approximately. Yes, you read that correct. You can change money in towns easily but not so in remote areas including forest reserves. US dollars are commonly accepted but you should carry small bills as change can be a problem. 5. ACCOMMODATION The country offers options ranging from budget to luxury - take your pick. If you are in Uganda for the wildlife - which most people are for - I would recommend spending a little extra for a better lodge. Not only do you need the comforts, but the location and staff can make a big difference to your experience. 6. GETTING AROUND The country boasts a vast network of quality roads; a car is the most enjoyable way to get around. You can pick a self-drive or one with a driver. It is a small country and most tourist attractions are only a few hours from each other. There are planes to take you to national parks with strips in the bush - but these are small ones with 12-14 seats and not to everyone’s liking. And these can be expensive. 7. SAFETY It is natural to fear for one’s safety in foreign lands, especially when you are in continents like Africa with a disturbed past. Uganda is very safe - in fact, even more than some of its more popular neighbours. Of course, like anywhere in the world, don’t throw caution to the winds and you will be fine. 8. CLIMATE No one can not love the climate of Uganda. The country is an endless landscape of rolling hills and forests with temperatures often in the mid-20s (Celsius) or mid-70s (F); an occasional shower can surprise you without warning any time. It is never too hot or too cold there. April and May are the wet seasons officially but life and game drives continue as usual. 9. PACKING Dress for warm weather but do keep a light jacket, raincoat and umbrella handy at all times. Wear sturdy shoes and a hat when out for activities during the day. Carry a tuck of munchies and chocolates as these may not be easily available when you are on the highways or in forests. 10. COST OF LIVING Uganda is not an expensive country for your daily needs including food. Since tourism is an important source of income, your outings in the wild may be expensive by some standards. But then again, this is one way of keeping such tourism sustainable. 11. LANGUAGE English is spoken commonly especially in cities and by people in touch with tourists. The country has many local dialects - Ugandans have to speak to one another in English sometimes because they do not understand each other’s dialects.
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President Museveni Promises to Revive Uganda Airlines

President Museveni Promises to Revive Uganda Airlines

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  • Updated: 24 Jun 2016
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By end 2013, reports suggested that government was planning to revive Uganda Airlines. It remained speculative until government confirmed the reports, although without a concrete plan on how this would be done. It now seems that president Museveni wants focus put to this in his latest term. While addressing his new cabinet at State House, Entebbe on Thursday, president Museveni said government will focus on the national airline because Ugandan travelers suffer a lot, which he described as a shame. The president says he did not pay a lot of attention to the national airliner in the past because he thought the airlines of neighboring countries would serve Ugandans. He has now directed the Ministry of Works and Transport to finalize negotiations with investors that can help the country start a national airline. According to the president’s calculation, this will save the country 420 million US dollars per year, as well as create jobs for the Ugandan youth. Uganda Airlines collapsed in 2001 due to bankruptcy and debts. Since 2008, government has been planning to revive the national carrier. To start a hub, experts say Uganda needs to set up at least five aircrafts. This was president Museveni’s first address to cabinet since they were sworn in to serve in president Museveni’s new term. The president also directed government to work with investors of Bujagali to lower costs of electricity, finalize the discussions on setting up the Standard Gauge Railway, building of the industrial parks, ease access to investment licences, zero tolerance to corruption, among others.
https://wn.com/President_Museveni_Promises_To_Revive_Uganda_Airlines
The Airport in Goma,  Democratic Republic of Congo - A Welthungerhilfe-Project

The Airport in Goma, Democratic Republic of Congo - A Welthungerhilfe-Project

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Goma is the biggest city in Easter Congo – with a population of half a million. The Goma airport is located in the middle of town. In January 2002 the volcano Niyragongo erupted and buried large parts of the city and the airport under massive layers of lava. Although parts of the runway cannot be used anymore, the pilots keep using it to take off and land planes. The location of the Goma airport makes the situation for the residents particularly dangerous. In 2008 a plane shot over the end of the runway into the city and killed 47 people – most of the dead were visitors to the local market. The reconstruction of the runway started not till seven years after the volcanic eruption. The Department for Foreign Affairs of the Federal Republic of Germany financed the construction work, while the Welthungerhilfe conducted it on-site. It was a long and difficult process until the project could be finalized. The construction work was disrupted by disputes between the regular army and the M23-Militia in 2012. The first step towards the reconstruction of the Goma airport was finally completed in February 2015. Prospective developments are the entire asphalt coating, an extension and the professional illumination of the runway. In future the people in Goma will profit from more security, a connection to the international air traffic and economic development. Projects by/with: Deutsche Welthungerhilfe e.V., Auswärtiges Amt, Régie des Voies Aérienne, Sapsama, Safricas More information: http://www.welthungerhilfe.de/en/project-congo-reconstruction.html
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Inside Nairobi Airport - Kenya/Uganda Trip

Inside Nairobi Airport - Kenya/Uganda Trip

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Eritrean Airlines landing in Massawa Airport - Best Airlines in Africa

Eritrean Airlines landing in Massawa Airport - Best Airlines in Africa

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Eritrean Ethiopian Somalian Kenyan Uganda Hungry Eritreans arrive from Frankfurt, Germany to Massawa, Eritrea Time: 1h20m Distance: 385,2nm From Frankfurt to Asmara via Eritrean Airlines B757 ewecom site Is an entertainment site that cares about the activities of the Eritrean communities in the Middle East, local news . in addition to the development of infrastructure in Eritrea and the news
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King of Uganda Arrives at Ahmedabad Airport Wearing Gold

King of Uganda Arrives at Ahmedabad Airport Wearing Gold

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emirates cabin crew leaving entebbe airport

emirates cabin crew leaving entebbe airport

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Passenger traffic set to surge after airport construction work is completed in Nigeria

Passenger traffic set to surge after airport construction work is completed in Nigeria

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Nigeria is aiming to boost passenger traffic at its five international airports to 30 million by the end of this year. That is after completing the construction of five new terminal buildings being handled by Chinese construction firm, CCECC. In the case of the Lagos airport, which the country's biggest, the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria says the new terminal will significantly ramp up passenger traffic and yield much desired revenue for the government. CCTV's Deji Badmus report
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Plane Crash--Lands In Uganda

Plane Crash--Lands In Uganda

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Bobi Wine Is Back In The Country & The Airport Is Going Crazy !!

Bobi Wine Is Back In The Country & The Airport Is Going Crazy !!

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Kenya in the process of renovating Lokichoggio airport

Kenya in the process of renovating Lokichoggio airport

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In the early 90s the then Sudan was in turmoil as people of the south were struggling for independence. Aid was needed and Lokichoggio airport served at one of the world's biggest humanitarian airport. Years later Lokichoggio international airport is under renovation by the Kenyan government and is seen as vital in the development of northern Kenya
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Vlog #2 - Dubai to Kampala, Uganda

Vlog #2 - Dubai to Kampala, Uganda

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We are in Africa! Today was a big travel day. We time-lapsed some of our journey...iPhoneography credit to the window seat videographer, Amanda Flatt (she has some new iPhone skills)...enjoy! ✩ Instagram - http://instagram.com/bhofen ✩ Twitter - http://twitter.com/BrentHofen ✩ SNAPCHAT! - BrentHofen ✩ Blog/Website - http://www.brenthofen.com ✩ FaceBook - http://facebook.com/brenthofen ✩ Other YouTube Channel - https://www.youtube.com/hofenfamily Bumba Crossing by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1500031 Artist: http://incompetech.com/
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Uganda Set to Issue Biometric Passports Next Year

Uganda Set to Issue Biometric Passports Next Year

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  • Updated: 25 Oct 2014
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The government of Uganda is set to begin issuing new biometric passports early next year in a bid to fight security issues in the East African country.The new biometric passports are also a requirement by the International Civil Aviation Organization as a standard procedure for reducing fraud, aviation related crimes and hurdles at international airports. CCTV's Michael Baleke reports
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US embassy warns of terrorist plot to attack Kampala airport

US embassy warns of terrorist plot to attack Kampala airport

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  • Updated: 03 Jul 2014
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The US embassy in Uganda has warned of a specific threat by an unknown terrorist group to attack the airport in the capital Kampala. The US embassy says it's received info from the Uganda police that there's a real threat of terror attack on the Entebbe International Airport on July the 3rd. The alert was published on the embassy's website. It followed a warning by US authorities on Wednesday that security at Middle East and European airports with direct US flights needed a boost. Ugandan security agencies have now deployed forces in and around the Kampala city following the reports. During World Cup finals in 2010, a militant group attacked Kampala, killing 78 people in twin bombings there.
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