Tuesday, April 7

REGIONAL AIR SERVICES get a boost with DASH 8 aircraft

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Regional Air Services (RAS) a sister airline to AIRKENYA and AEROLINK, Uganda will in early December get a boost when a Dash 8 100 series joins its fleet. RAS has been operating a fleet of Caravan and Twin Otter up to now. The Dash 8 will greatly enhance the Seronera to Zanzibar service with a pressurised more comfortable and faster flight. The thirty-seven (37) seater further adds much needed capacity on this route. The direct service also offers passenger additional luggage allowance of up to 20kg from 15kg per person. Passenger from Zanzibar can also fly direct to Dar-es-salaam or to the Serengeti the same day.

RAS Two Crew Operation

In line with sister companies AIRKENYA and AEROLINK, Uganda, Regional Air Services (RAS) will effective 1st Jan 2019 will become a two Crew operation. This means the Cessna Caravans will fly with a Captain and Co pilot.


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