Atihad Airlines will cease its operations to and from Entebbe International Airport, which apparently are no longer commercially viable.
The Abu Dhabi based arrier becomes the second in just over two years to leave the Ugandan hub, after British Airlines in late 2015.
Etihad Airlines confirmed in a statement yesterday that they were cancelling the Entebbe service effective next year on March 25th.
Passengers who have already booked flights after March 25th will be re-routed to Kenya Airways according to the announcement.
The airline also offered refunds for wholly or partially utilized tickets.
The Airline however, did not disclose reasons for the cancellation of the Entebbe route.
Etihad launched operations in Uganda On May 1st 2015 and have been operating four flights a week on a two-class Airbus A320.
Etihad Ailines had a direct service between Entebbe and Abu Dhabi, and onward connections to key destinations in the GCC region, Europe, Indian Subcontinent, North Asia, Southeast Asia and Australia.