After bagging a massive order from Air India, Airbus and Boeing are eyeing a potential order from Uganda Airlines for approximately six to seven aircraft. According to sources, the airline is looking out for mid-range aircraft for a smooth transition between A330-800 and Bombardier CRJ900s. Boeing is likely to pitch its 737MAX series, a popular narrowbody choice across the globe for joint cargo and passenger operations, offering a high payload, 20% fuel-efficiency and 14% lowered airframe maintenance, making it a very cost-effective option as per Boeing. Airbus has two models for the offer, the A320neos and A220s. The A321neo and

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