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Flydubai Adds Three More Routes To East Africa
Dubai-based airline flydubai announced that it will begin services to three new destinations in East Africa from September.
The budget airline, which currently flies to nine destinations in Africa, said that it will begin services to Bujumbura in Burundi, Entebbe in Uganda and Kigali in Rwanda.
The carrier will operate seven flights a week between the Ugandan city Entebbe and Dubai starting from September 28. Meanwhile, flydubai will operate two flights a week between Bujumbura and Dubai starting from September 30 and three flights a week to Kigali.
In addition to operating flights between Dubai and these East African routes, flydubai has also obtained approval to transport passengers between Uganda and Burundi.
Within Africa, flydubai currently flies to Alexandria in Egypt, Khartoum and Port Sudan in Sudan, Juba in South Sudan, Ethiopia’s Addis Ababa and Djibouti.