AeroLink add scheduled flights to Kidepo and Kisoro

November 15, 2012

AeroLink Uganda, the new scheduled flight service in Uganda, have just announced they will soon be offering scheduled flights to the remote Kisoro and Kidepo airstrips.

Kisoro is the airstrip used by those heading for gorilla trekking in southern Bwindi. Kidepo Valley National Park is a remote savannah park in the far northeast of the country, previously only practically accessible by private charter until last week – when Fly Uganda announced they would add the destination to their new ‘seat rate’ route.

New scheduled flights to Kidepo - Photo by Steve Cunliffe

AeroLink launched earlier this year with a new scheduled flight service to various airstrips around Uganda. The service has already proved popular, connecting safari visitors to Uganda’s national parks for more affordable flying safaris.

The other destinations on the AeroLink schedule include Kihihi (for northern Bwindi and Ishasha), Kasese (for Queen Elizabeth National Park and Kibale Forest), and Bugungu and Pakuba in Murchison Falls National Park. The company also recently confirmed they would be landing at Mweya (Queen Elizabeth National Park) and Chobe (Murchison Falls National Park) on request at no extra cost.

AeroLink plane on Kihihi airstrip

If you fancy a journey discovering Kidepo, or anywhere else in Uganda for that matter, there has never been a better time to do in style and fly to the national parks – without breaking the bank. Contact one of our team at enquiries@journeysdiscoveringafrica.com today for a quote on your Uganda flying safari.


Posted by Anne-Marie Weeden


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