The office of Qatar Airways in Kampala has announced that from early February the airline will fly to two additional destinations, Tbilisi in Georgia and Baku in Azerbaijan. This will in particular aid the inflow to East Africa of tourists from there, but also for the purpose of trade and investments, where East Africa offers plenty of opportunities. Azerbaijan, also said to be rich in oil and gas is expected to show a particular interest in the exploitation of oil and gas resources in Uganda, to where Qatar Airways now flies daily from Doha, connecting Entebbe to their global network. The news of added destinations if thought to be crucially important to the success of Qatar Airways in Uganda, and from end March onwards Rwanda too, when the scheduled daily flights will extend to Kigali. Other Gulf airlines have in recent days made hay over their new destinations in South America and Ireland and the Qatar Airways team in Kampala will be happy to tell the market of similar good news of a growing network, now spanning much of the globe with its legendary 5 star service. Said a source close to the airline in Kampala: Qatar Airways, the worlds only 5 star airline, will continue to spread the wings to ever new destinations as more aircraft aircrafts are delivered. QR will be uniquely positioned to uplift Ugandans to their final destinations with the best service in the skies and bring a lot more business and holiday visitors to the country. Go Fly!