In pictures: First two Uganda Airline Planes arrive

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ENTEBBE, Uganda

Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni with his wife Janet are seen shortly before launching and receiving the arrival of two CRJ-900 jets from Canadian aerospace company Bombardier, at the airport in Entebbe, Uganda Tuesday, April 23, 2019. Uganda’s government has taken delivery of two new passenger jets in a bid to revive the national carrier that collapsed years ago. Photo/Ronald Kabuubi/Kmaupdates
One of the two CRJ-900 jets from Canadian aerospace company Bombardier, at the airport in Entebbe, Uganda Tuesday, April 23, 2019. Uganda’s government has taken delivery of two new passenger jets in a bid to revive the national carrier that collapsed years ago.This was on the 23rd April,2019 at Entebbe Airport VVIP. Photo/Ronald Kabuubi/Kmaupdates
One of the two CRJ-900 jets from Canadian aerospace company Bombardier, at the airport in Entebbe, Uganda Tuesday, April 23, 2019. Uganda’s government has taken delivery of two new passenger jets in a bid to revive the national carrier that collapsed years ago. Photo/Ronald Kabuubi/Kmaupdates
Ugandan President with his wife Janet disembark from the plane for testing purposes as they mark the arrival of two CRJ-900 jets from Canadian aerospace company Bombardier, at the airport in Entebbe, Uganda Tuesday, April 23, 2019. Uganda’s government has taken delivery of two new passenger jets in a bid to revive the national carrier that collapsed years ago. Photo/Ronald Kabuubi/Kmaupdates
Ugandans get on the plane for testing purposes as they mark the arrival of two CRJ-900 jets from Canadian aerospace company Bombardier, at the airport in Entebbe, Uganda Tuesday, April 23, 2019. Uganda’s government has taken delivery of two new passenger jets in a bid to revive the national carrier that collapsed years ago. Photo/Ronald Kabuubi/Kmaupdates
Ugandan President with his wife Janet disembark from the plane for testing purposes as they mark the arrival of two CRJ-900 jets from Canadian aerospace company Bombardier, at the airport in Entebbe, Uganda Tuesday, April 23, 2019. Uganda’s government has taken delivery of two new passenger jets in a bid to revive the national carrier that collapsed years ago. Photo/Ronald Kabuubi/Kmaupdates
Ugandans get on the plane for testing purposes as they mark the arrival of two CRJ-900 jets from Canadian aerospace company Bombardier, at the airport in Entebbe, Uganda Tuesday, April 23, 2019. Uganda’s government has taken delivery of two new passenger jets in a bid to revive the national carrier that collapsed years ago. Photo/Ronald Kabuubi/Kmaupdates
Uganda’s cultural dance troupe Crane Performers entertain guests fter testing purposes as they mark the arrival of two CRJ-900 jets from Canadian aerospace company Bombardier, at the airport in Entebbe, Uganda Tuesday, April 23, 2019. Uganda’s government has taken delivery of two new passenger jets in a bid to revive the national carrier that collapsed years ago. Photo/Ronald Kabuubi/Kmaupdates
A member of Uganda’s cultural dance troup Crane Performers entertains guests after launching the arrival of two CRJ-900 jets from Canadian aerospace company Bombardier, at the airport in Entebbe, Uganda Tuesday, April 23, 2019. Uganda’s government has taken delivery of two new passenger jets in a bid to revive the national carrier that collapsed years ago. Photo/Ronald Kabuubi/Kmaupdates
Uganda’s President Yoweri Museveni and his wife Janet disembark from One of the two CRJ-900 jets from Canadian aerospace company Bombardier, at the airport in Entebbe, Uganda Tuesday, April 23, 2019. Uganda’s government has taken delivery of two new passenger jets in a bid to revive the national carrier that collapsed years ago.This was on the 23rd April,2019 at Entebbe Airport VVIP. This was on the 23rd April,2019 at Entebbe Airport VVIP. Photo/Ronald Kabuubi/Kmaupdates
Uganda’s President Yoweri Museveni and his wife Janet disembark from One of the two CRJ-900 jets from Canadian aerospace company Bombardier, at the airport in Entebbe, Uganda Tuesday, April 23, 2019. Uganda’s government has taken delivery of two new passenger jets in a bid to revive the national carrier that collapsed years ago.This was on the 23rd April,2019 at Entebbe Airport VVIP. Photo/Ronald Kabuubi/Kmaupdates
Ugandans get on the plane for testing purposes as they mark the arrival of two CRJ-900 jets from Canadian aerospace company Bombardier, at the airport in Entebbe, Uganda Tuesday, April 23, 2019. Uganda’s government has taken delivery of two new passenger jets in a bid to revive the national carrier that collapsed years ago. Photo/Ronald Kabuubi/Kmaupdates
Ugandan President with his wife Janet disembark from the plane for testing purposes as they mark the arrival of two CRJ-900 jets from Canadian aerospace company Bombardier, at the airport in Entebbe, Uganda Tuesday, April 23, 2019. Uganda’s government has taken delivery of two new passenger jets in a bid to revive the national carrier that collapsed years ago. Photo/Ronald Kabuubi/Kmaupdates
One of the two CRJ-900 jets from Canadian aerospace company Bombardier, at the airport in Entebbe, Uganda Tuesday, April 23, 2019. Uganda’s government has taken delivery of two new passenger jets in a bid to revive the national carrier that collapsed years ago. Photo/Ronald Kabuubi/Kmaupdates
A Ugandan security officer stands near One of the two CRJ-900 jets from Canadian aerospace company Bombardier, at the airport in Entebbe, Uganda Tuesday, April 23, 2019. Uganda’s government has taken delivery of two new passenger jets in a bid to revive the national carrier that collapsed years ago. Photo/Ronald Kabuubi/Kmaupdates
A Ugandan security officer stands near One of the two CRJ-900 jets from Canadian aerospace company Bombardier, at the airport in Entebbe, Uganda Tuesday, April 23, 2019. Uganda’s government has taken delivery of two new passenger jets in a bid to revive the national carrier that collapsed years ago. Photo/Ronald Kabuubi/Kmaupdates
Ugandans get on the plane for testing purposes as they mark the arrival of two CRJ-900 jets from Canadian aerospace company Bombardier, at the airport in Entebbe, Uganda Tuesday, April 23, 2019. Uganda’s government has taken delivery of two new passenger jets in a bid to revive the national carrier that collapsed years ago. Photo/Ronald Kabuubi/Kmaupdates
Ugandans get on the plane for testing purposes as they mark the arrival of two CRJ-900 jets from Canadian aerospace company Bombardier, at the airport in Entebbe, Uganda Tuesday, April 23, 2019. Uganda’s government has taken delivery of two new passenger jets in a bid to revive the national carrier that collapsed years ago.This was on the 23rd April,2019 at Entebbe Airport VVIP. Photo/Ronald Kabuubi/Kmaupdates
Ugandans get on the plane for testing purposes as they mark the arrival of two CRJ-900 jets from Canadian aerospace company Bombardier, at the airport in Entebbe, Uganda Tuesday, April 23, 2019. Uganda’s government has taken delivery of two new passenger jets in a bid to revive the national carrier that collapsed years ago. Photo/Ronald Kabuubi/Kmaupdates
One of the two CRJ-900 jets from Canadian aerospace company Bombardier, at the airport in Entebbe, Uganda Tuesday, April 23, 2019. Uganda’s government has taken delivery of two new passenger jets in a bid to revive the national carrier that collapsed years ago. Photo/Ronald Kabuubi/Kmaupdates
One of the two CRJ-900 jets from Canadian aerospace company Bombardier, at the airport in Entebbe, Uganda Tuesday, April 23, 2019. Uganda’s government has taken delivery of two new passenger jets in a bid to revive the national carrier that collapsed years ago. Photo/Ronald Kabuubi/Kmaupdates
One of the two CRJ-900 jets from Canadian aerospace company Bombardier, at the airport in Entebbe, Uganda Tuesday, April 23, 2019. Uganda’s government has taken delivery of two new passenger jets in a bid to revive the national carrier that collapsed years ago. Photo/Ronald Kabuubi/Kmaupdates
One of the two CRJ-900 jets from Canadian aerospace company Bombardier, at the airport in Entebbe, Uganda Tuesday, April 23, 2019. Uganda’s government has taken delivery of two new passenger jets in a bid to revive the national carrier that collapsed years ago. Photo/Ronald Kabuubi/Kmaupdates
One of the two CRJ-900 jets from Canadian aerospace company Bombardier, at the airport in Entebbe, Uganda Tuesday, April 23, 2019. Uganda’s government has taken delivery of two new passenger jets in a bid to revive the national carrier that collapsed years ago.This was on the 23rd April,2019 at Entebbe Airport VVIP. Photo/Ronald Kabuubi/Kmaupdates
One of the two CRJ-900 jets from Canadian aerospace company Bombardier, at the airport in Entebbe, Uganda Tuesday, April 23, 2019. Uganda’s government has taken delivery of two new passenger jets in a bid to revive the national carrier that collapsed years ago.This was on the 23rd April,2019 at Entebbe Airport VVIP. Photo/Ronald Kabuubi/Kmaupdates
Uganda’s President Yoweri Museveni and his wife Janet disembark from One of the two CRJ-900 jets from Canadian aerospace company Bombardier, at the airport in Entebbe, Uganda Tuesday, April 23, 2019. Uganda’s government has taken delivery of two new passenger jets in a bid to revive the national carrier that collapsed years ago.This was on the 23rd April,2019 at Entebbe Airport VVIP. This was on the 23rd April,2019 at Entebbe Airport VVIP. Photo/Ronald Kabuubi/Kmaupdates
The chief executive officer of Uganda National Airlines Company Engineer Ephraim Kalyebara Bagenda delivers his keynote address during the launching of the arrival of two CRJ-900 jets from Canadian aerospace company Bombardier, at the airport in Entebbe, Uganda Tuesday, April 23, 2019. Uganda’s government has taken delivery of two new passenger jets in a bid to revive the national carrier that collapsed years ago. Photo/Ronald Kabuubi/Kmaupdates
Uganda Airlines staff are seen smiling as they celebrate the two CRJ-900 jets from Canadian aerospace company Bombardier, at the airport in Entebbe, Uganda Tuesday, April 23, 2019. Uganda’s government has taken delivery of two new passenger jets in a bid to revive the national carrier that collapsed years ago. Photo/Ronald Kabuubi/Kmaupdates
Uganda’s cultural dance troup Crane Performers entertain guests after launching the arrival of two CRJ-900 jets from Canadian aerospace company Bombardier, at the airport in Entebbe, Uganda Tuesday, April 23, 2019. Uganda’s government has taken delivery of two new passenger jets in a bid to revive the national carrier that collapsed years ago. Photo/Ronald Kabuubi/Kmaupdates
A member of Uganda’s cultural dance troup Crane Performers entertains guests after launching the arrival of two CRJ-900 jets from Canadian aerospace company Bombardier, at the airport in Entebbe, Uganda Tuesday, April 23, 2019. Uganda’s government has taken delivery of two new passenger jets in a bid to revive the national carrier that collapsed years ago. Photo/Ronald Kabuubi/Kmaupdates
Uganda’s cultural dance troup Crane Performers entertain guests after launching the arrival of two CRJ-900 jets from Canadian aerospace company Bombardier, at the airport in Entebbe, Uganda Tuesday, April 23, 2019. Uganda’s government has taken delivery of two new passenger jets in a bid to revive the national carrier that collapsed years ago. Photo/Ronald Kabuubi/Kmaupdates
Flight Engineers Kenn,Bob Kizlyk and Robin Christopher are seen during the launch and arrival of two CRJ-900 jets from Canadian aerospace company Bombardier, at the airport in Entebbe, Uganda Tuesday, April 23, 2019. Uganda’s government has taken delivery of two new passenger jets in a bid to revive the national carrier that collapsed years ago. Photo/Ronald Kabuubi/Kmaupdates
Uganda Airlines staff are seen walking as they celebrate the two CRJ-900 jets from Canadian aerospace company Bombardier, at the airport in Entebbe, Uganda Tuesday, April 23, 2019. Uganda’s government has taken delivery of two new passenger jets in a bid to revive the national carrier that collapsed years ago.This was on the 23rd April,2019 at Entebbe Airport VVIP. Photo/Ronald Kabuubi/Kmaupdates
Uganda Airlines Pilots are seen walking as they celebrate the two CRJ-900 jets from Canadian aerospace company Bombardier, at the airport in Entebbe, Uganda Tuesday, April 23, 2019. Uganda’s government has taken delivery of two new passenger jets in a bid to revive the national carrier that collapsed years ago.This was on the 23rd April,2019 at Entebbe Airport VVIP. Photo/Ronald Kabuubi/Kmaupdates
Uganda Airlines staff are seen walking as they celebrate the two CRJ-900 jets from Canadian aerospace company Bombardier, at the airport in Entebbe, Uganda Tuesday, April 23, 2019. Uganda’s government has taken delivery of two new passenger jets in a bid to revive the national carrier that collapsed years ago. Photo/Ronald Kabuubi/Kmaupdates. This was on the 23rd April,2019 at Entebbe Airport VVIP.
Uganda Airlines staff are seen walking as they celebrate the two CRJ-900 jets from Canadian aerospace company Bombardier, at the airport in Entebbe, Uganda Tuesday, April 23, 2019. Uganda’s government has taken delivery of two new passenger jets in a bid to revive the national carrier that collapsed years ago. Photo/Ronald Kabuubi/Kmaupdates
Uganda Airlines staff are seen walking as they celebrate the two CRJ-900 jets from Canadian aerospace company Bombardier, at the airport in Entebbe, Uganda Tuesday, April 23, 2019. Uganda’s government has taken delivery of two new passenger jets in a bid to revive the national carrier that collapsed years ago.This was on the 23rd April,2019 at Entebbe Airport VVIP. Photo/Ronald Kabuubi/Kmaupdates
Uganda’s President Yoweri Museveni in a group Photo with the Airline’s staff are seen walking as they celebrate the two CRJ-900 jets from Canadian aerospace company Bombardier, at the airport in Entebbe, Uganda Tuesday, April 23, 2019. Uganda’s government has taken delivery of two new passenger jets in a bid to revive the national carrier that collapsed years ago.This was on the 23rd April,2019 at Entebbe Airport VVIP. Photo/Ronald Kabuubi/Kmaupdates
One of the two CRJ-900 jets from Canadian aerospace company Bombardier, at the airport in Entebbe, Uganda Tuesday, April 23, 2019. Uganda’s government has taken delivery of two new passenger jets in a bid to revive the national carrier that collapsed years ago.This was on the 23rd April,2019 at Entebbe Airport VVIP. Photo/Ronald Kabuubi/Kmaupdates
One of the two CRJ-900 jets from Canadian aerospace company Bombardier, at the airport in Entebbe, Uganda Tuesday, April 23, 2019. Uganda’s government has taken delivery of two new passenger jets in a bid to revive the national carrier that collapsed years ago. Photo/Ronald Kabuubi/Kmaupdates
One of the two CRJ-900 jets from Canadian aerospace company Bombardier, at the airport in Entebbe, Uganda Tuesday, April 23, 2019. Uganda’s government has taken delivery of two new passenger jets in a bid to revive the national carrier that collapsed years ago. Photo/Ronald Kabuubi/Kmaupdates
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