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Uganda Airlines Reveals Stunning A330-800neo Plane


Delivery of the first A330-800 to Uganda Airlines is edging closer. Today, the airline has revealed photographs of the stunning interior onboard the plane, which will feature three classes of cabins, including a fully lie-flat business class.

The rare A330-800 has not sold well with airlines, but that doesn’t make it any less exciting. In fact, it makes these special baby neo widebodies even more interesting to those of us with love for unusual planes. Uganda Airlines is set to be the world’s second operator of the type, following the delivery to Kuwait Airways in October of the world’s first.

For Uganda Airlines, the arrival of the A330-800 will be a gamechanging moment. The relatively new startup is aiming to fill an almost two-decade-long void in direct connections to the East African nation, offering flights to key destinations around the world from its home at Entebbe.

Last month, the first A330-800neo for the airline was spotted emerging from the paint shop. Today, Uganda Airlines has shared some stunning photos of its Airspace interior and the products passengers can expect onboard. Let’s take a look.

According to reports in ATCNews, the aircraft will have a total of 210 economy seats. These are laid out in a 2-4-2 configuration and feature adjustable headrests, finished in leather, and IFE screens at every seat.

Entertainment will be provided by Inflight Dublin, the largest content service provider in Africa. The provider recently signed a five-year contract to supply IFE to Uganda Airlines, which will include Hollywood movies, TV Shows, boxsets, music, games, and publications.

Most excitingly, Uganda Airlines will offer a true premium economy product onboard also. 28 seats are located in a separate cabin, with more legroom, larger IFE screens and laid out in a generous 2-3-2 arrangement.


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