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Uganda Airlines Airbus A330-800neo Seat MapsUganda Airlines

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The premier national passenger and cargo carrier in Uganda is called Uganda Airlines. There are two Airbus A330-800neo in the fleet Uganda Airlines. The "Premium Flatbed," a luxury cabin on Airbus A330s that has reclining seats with adjustable headrests and footrests as well as a personal entertainment system, can hold up to 377 passengers. Major cities are connected by Airbus A330s, which offer comfortable and inexpensive flights for travelers to DRC, Zanzibar, Asmara, Hargeisa, Lusaka, Harare, Johannesburg, Djibouti, and Addis Abeba in addition to its primary destinations of Nairobi, Mombasa, Dar es Salaam, Kilimanjaro, Juba, Bujumbura, and Mogadishu. Uganda Airlines Airbus A330 is excellent for a variety of long-haul routes thanks to its range of up to 7,250 nautical miles, and its fuel efficiency helps to keep ticket prices low for passengers. Founded on April 23, 2019, the airline serves East Africa and nearby foreign markets by regularly scheduled air services.
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  • A330-800neo

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The Airbus A330-800neo is an aircraft produced by Airbus for Uganda Airlines and has the following seat configuration: 0-20-28-210.

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Tap on a seat for details

Seat map key

  • Switch deck
  • Galley
  • Lavatory
  • Stairs



Business class is an airline class above economy and premium economy classes with upgraded amenities, service, and seating. While business class is a significant upgrade over said economy, or the slightly cushier premium economy, it is still a step below the top-of-the-line first class on A330-800neo when available.

Premium economy


Depending on the airline, premium economy passengers get extra legroom, extra recline, extra seat width, priority boarding, priority luggage allowances, extra earned miles, amenity kits, larger in-flight entertainment screens, upgraded headphones, and premium meals.



In economy class: Exit rows, aisle or window seats, and anywhere close to the front are typically considered the best seats on board. On a short business trip, you might want an aisle seat near the front of the plane so you can disembark as quickly as possible upon arrival.