Uganda’s Civil Aviation Authority is set for the Entebbe Airshow, partnering to put together a showcase aviation event on the weekend of December 15th and 16th, bringing together the aviation industry to give Ugandans a hands-on experience.
In the upcoming Entebbe Airshow, Air Uganda has already offered to fly disabled children on a special flight on their MD 87 aircraft while the general aviation community from Kajjansi, the Kampala Aero Club, MAF aka Mission Aviation Fellowship and Ndege Juu will join hands with their colleagues from Entebbe such as Eagle Air and AirServ.
Also on board is the Uganda People’s Defence Forces Air Force and the East African Civil Aviation Academy from Soroti, the latter probably also doing a spot or two of career guidance when talking about the courses available at what is often referred to as the Flying School.
Capt. Howard Davenport from the Kampala Aero Club will be performing some of his stunning aerial aerobics displays while other aircraft like air force Sukois and a C130 will be doing flypasts and low overflights to thrill the crowds, while skydivers will aim to hit the centre point on the ground as they come circling down from the skies above.
This is the second such airshow this year after the Kampala Aero Club, on a smaller and invitation-only basis, celebrated their 15th anniversary at the Kajjansi airfield, drawing hundreds of spectators to the perimeter fence, but this time it is an open for all event at the Entebbe International Airport, celebrating not just 50 years of Uganda’s Independence but also 50 years of post-independence aviation in the Pearl of Africa.
Source – ETN