Uganda reopen Int’l airport after Fire Outbreak
Uganda on Tuesday reopened its Entebbe International Airport after operations were temporarily suspended following a fire outbreak earlier in the day, the country’s aviation regulator said.
The Uganda Civil Aviation Authority (UCAA) 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,” UCCA said.