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UGANDA (eTN) – It was learned from aviation sources in Kampala that Turkish Airlines, a member of the global Star Alliance, will offer three weekly flights beginning in December, using B777 aircraft,

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UGANDA (eTN) – It was learned from aviation sources in Kampala that Turkish Airlines, a member of the global Star Alliance, will offer three weekly flights beginning in December, using B777 aircraft, to connect travelers originating from Entebbe, Nairobi, or Dar es Salaam to Brazil’s industrial capital of Sao Paulo. The flights are due to commence over Christmas and are due to be expanded to four flights, or so it is understood, by the end of the first quarter of 2011.

Turkish has made quite an impact in Africa when they started to expand their network to the continent, and as one of the fastest growing airlines – and being a Star member – it is offering a growing number of global destinations for passengers connecting with them through their hub in Istanbul. Growing choices and growing options are here at last for travelers from Uganda and the wider region.

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