Vule Airways, formerly known as Vule Airways Limited, was a low-cost privately owned airline based in Uganda. The airline was founded in March 2017 and was due to commence flight operations in November 2017. The airline had its headquarters based in Kampala, Uganda and had plans to start services to 6 different domestic airports.
As Vule Airways was promoting itself as a budget airline, it was likely that extra baggage would come at a cost for the passenger. The exact baggage allowance per passenger was unknown, however, it could be assumed that each passenger was to be entitled to at least one cabin bag weighing no more than 10kg. More information was due to be released once Vule Airways were up and running.
Vule Airways owned 2 smaller aircraft that comfortably seated 40 passengers, which were to be used for domestic flights. These smaller aircraft were likely to just have 1 single cabin class due to the size of the aircraft and shorter distance. The larger planes that were flying regionally and eventually internationally, may have been separated into different cabin classes.
Online check-in was not available for this airline.
It was recommended that passengers flying with Vule Airways checked in for their flight no later than 2 hours prior to the scheduled departure time. Passengers were also encouraged to visit the website of the airport they would be departing from to confirm recommended arrival times.
It's unknown whether Vule Airways would have offered in-flight entertainment on its flights.
It's unknown whether Vule Airways would have offered Wi-Fi on its flights.
Vule Airways planned to operate flights throughout Africa and the United Kingdom. Following the 6 domestic airports, Vule planned to expand regional airports in East African regions.
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It was expected that Vule Airways would lease 6 different aircraft to operate its flights with. These aircraft include a Bombardier Dash 8-200, Dash Q-400s, Boeing 737-700's, and Boeing 777-200 ERs.
A frequent flyer programme wasn't available for the airline.