Passengers aboard Uganda airlines were left paralyzed on Monday evening when the Bombardier CRJ900 flight UR 321 that they were travelling on was grounded at Julius Nyerere international Airport for several hours after it run out of fuel.
According to the airline, the delay was caused by a mix up in delayed fuel delivery to the aircraft caused by the supplier in Dar ed Salaam.
“We have taken up the matter with them to ensure a repeat of the same does not occur in future. We wish to assure you that this mishap does not define our day to day standards of service. Thank you for your continued support” the statement further read.
Efforts to get comment from the airlines spokesperson Deo Nyanzi on the matter were futile by the time of this publication
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