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Uganda's Kampala Executive Aviation adds maiden Beech 1900D

Posted 17 August 2016 · Add Comment

Kampala Executive Aviation has added a maiden Beech 1900D to its fleet in the form of UE-436, a sixteen year-old airframe that was recently in service for New Zealand's Eagle Airways, reports ch-aviation.

The Ugandan passenger charter specialist also operates Cessna (single turboprop) Grand Caravan 208Bs, PC-12s, Bell Helicopters, and several Aero L39 jets.

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