Uganda Airlines has been named the winner of the “Ch-aviation World’s Youngest Aircraft Fleet Award 2021″.
The airline has won the first place for the world’s, and Africa’s, youngest fleet goes with an average aircraft age of 1.15* years.
Uganda Airlines was revamped in 2018 and its fleet consists of four bombardiers and two airbuses. To date they serve seven countries, ten destinations and 12 routes. Uganda Airlines expects to serve 20 destinations by the end of 2021 extending services to Europe, Asia and Middle-east.
The ch-aviation Youngest Aircraft Fleet Award recognises airlines from across the globe that keep a young, modern and efficient fleet. Operators dedicated to keeping their aircraft fleet young and using new generations of aircraft contribute significantly to the decrease of C02 within the aviation industry and help achieve better fuel efficiency.
To acknowledge their accomplishments, ch-aviation gives them the recognition they deserve. It is important to note that this award is based entirely on non-manipulable aircraft data. There is no jury or any other subjective parameter involved.
The winners on each continent this year are: Uganda Airlines (Africa), SalamAir (Asia), airBaltic (Europe), Frontier Airlines (North America), Fiji Link (Oceania) and SKY Airline (South America).