Full-color livery for Uganda Airlines A330-800neos revealed by Airbus

National Flag carrier of Uganda, Uganda Airlines A330-800neos, achieved its final livery on Friday. Uganda Airlines A330-800neos MSN 1977 with beautiful livery is scheduled to fly from December. One of its two A330neos Uganda Airlines stepped out of the paint shop. Throughout the East African flag carrier’s livery, the unique A330-800 wide-body aircraft looks gorgeous. The airline aims to fly these on routes to Dubai and London until the latest long-haul jets have entered the revived carrier’s service.

Both A330 are scheduled to be delivered subsequently this year and could enter a group of four CRJ900 aircraft delivered the year before. None of the 14 A330-800s orders have yet been delivered. Eight are intended for Kuwait Airways, whereas an unidentified customer would reportedly mention others.

Garuda Indonesia subsequently concluded a tentative agreement for the purchase of four A330-800s, although Air Greenland has confirmed that one is to be procured.

Uganda Airlines Aircraft A330

A contract was concluded by Uganda Airlines in 2018 for two A330-800neo, the latest variant of the A330, an Airbus-made wide-body twin-engine aircraft. The contract was signed in between Airbus and Uganda Airlines at Farnborough Airshow.
Uganda Airlines aims to utilize the A330-800neos to establish its international long-haul service utilizing cutting-edge technology jets.
Uganda Airlines A330 has a three-class cabin configuration with 20 Business, 28 Premium Economy, and 213 Economy seats.

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The A330neo, fitted with Airbus’s latest Airspace cabin, would carry various advantages to Uganda Airlines and its clients, providing unprecedented cost savings in tandem with one of the most refined cabin. The A330neo would deliver a variety of advantages together with the most advanced cabin providing unparalleled efficiencies. 

We look forward to having the A330-800neo operate in Uganda’s colors.

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