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Uganda Civil Aviation Authority gets new board of directors
Publish Date: Mar 31, 2014
Uganda Civil Aviation Authority gets new board of directors
Entebbe International Airport
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By Vision Reporter

Uganda Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has got a new board of directors.


Taking over from long-serving and highly-respected Engineer Baliddawa as Chairman of the board is Engineer Edward Mike Ndawula and alongside him are; Olive Birungi, John Satya Cheptoek, and Mackenzie Ogweng appointed for three-year terms of office.

Retained from the previous board were, among others, well-known lawyer Enoch Rukidi.

The announcement was made by Information and national guidance minister, Rose Namayanja, following the approval of the appointments by Cabinet during their meeting last Thursday.

The Uganda CAA, which besides being the country’s aviation regulator, is also at the same time airport manager for the main international airport in Entebbe and a number of other civilian airports and aerodromes across the country, including such tourist airfields like Pakuba in Murchisons Falls National Park or the main airstrip in Kidepo Valley National Park.

 

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