British Airways has said it is stopping all flights to and from Uganda as they are “no longer commercially viable”. The last flight out from Entebbe airport to London’s Heathrow will depart on 3 October 2015, the UK carrier said.
British Airways operates four flights a week to Entebbe. However, their rates are not as competitive as the ones offered by other airlines, says BBC Uganda analyst Alex Jakana.
In a statement, British Airways said it was “sorry for any disruption” to travelers who had already booked their flights.
Entebbe is Uganda’s busiest and only international airport.
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