AeroLink Uganda – Fly to any Destination with AeroLink Uganda – On Travelling to Uganda – into Wildlife Game Reserves – and Uganda National Parks – Cruise in the Caravans – Uganda Airstrips
Aerolink Uganda Limited is a domestic airline offering both scheduled and charter flights into Uganda’s national parks as also travelling along the River Nile in Uganda. AeroLink Uganda sets from its base at Entebbe International Airport, and the Kajansi Airstrip along Entebbe Road.
Aerolink is using its two Cessna Grand Caravans for daily flights into the National Parks of Uganda; that is to say, Bwindi Impenetrable Forest (Kihihi and Kisoro airstrips), Queen Elizabeth National Park (Kasese and Mweya airstrips) and Murchison Falls (Bugungu, Pakuba and Chobe airstrips) and Kidepo Valley National Park (Kidepo Apoka Airstrip)
The offered service to Kidepo Valley National Park always operates during Fridays and Mondays with a minimum of four passengers. As a pleasant alternative to a car ride of six hours, our team was flying between Entebbe and the Pukuba airstrip in Murchison Falls National Park.
The flights of Aerolink are approximately an hour and fifteen minutes to each destination from Entebbe. Thus ensuring clients arrive at their destination feeling refreshed and energised to take on the wilderness. Flight and ground safety is an integral part of the operation at Aerolink and all employees participate in and adhere to the Flight Safety Program. This program supports continuous effort to further improve the level of safety and enhance the management of risk. Simulator training for the pilots is undertaken in conjunction with Flight Safety in Toronto, Canada.
The AeroLink Uganda Caravans
The AeroLink Caravans are configured to carry up to 11 passengers and the cargo pod underneath will hold all the baggage. The interior of the caravan takes you to extreme places in extreme comfort as it boasts of adequate leg room and supple leather seats. The Caravan has a Pratt Whitney engine, one of the most popular turboprop engines in history and known for their high reliability. The aircraft can cruise at up to 320 Kph and has a maximum range of 2.000 km. It is always flown by two fully rated and trained AeroLink crew members.
From its hub at Wilson Airport Airkenya operates both scheduled and charter flights across the region. Airkenya flies into Kenya’s best-known game reserves and also operates a scheduled daily flight to Kilimanjaro in Tanzania where Regional Air Services is able to offer convenient connectivity into the Northern Serengeti, Manyara, Arusha, Kilimanjaro, Zanzibar, Dar-es-Salaam, Seronera, Kleins Camp, Kogatende, Ndutu, Ngorongoro and Sasakwa.
Check out for more information:www.airkenya.com and www.regionaltanzania.com