By Stuart Bogere Oswald
KIU, Main Campus - Entebbe International Airport has reopened for operations after being temporarily suspended following a fire outbreak on Tuesday morning.
Uganda Civil Aviation Authority (UCAA), the aviation regulator, said in a tweet that the fire which broke out at the airport’s fuel firm was contained and operations have resumed.
“An incident involving a fire outbreak at the fuel firm at Entebbe International Airport occurred this afternoon and was contained. The situation has been restored and airport operations are back to normal,” UCAA said.
The aviation authority did not mention the cause of the fire or the extent of the damage caused by the fire.