Kampala can be accessed on both air and land. Kampala city is situated 40km, northeast of Entebbe International Airport. Well surfaced roads run from the city, connecting to all districts of Uganda and neighboring countries like Kenya, Sudan Rwanda Tanzania DR.Congo & Burundi. Minibus-taxis, Coasters and buses operate daily, and they are the common means public transport to get to Kampala.
You can get top Kampala from Entebbe via a taxi or a minibus. There are three methods of public transportation; boda bodas, minibuses, and special hires. Boda- bodas are a popular mode of transport that gives access to many areas with in and outside the city.
The Baganda bus park, Arua park & the Nakivubo bus terminal are the popular bus stations in Kampala, however some bus companies operation own stations. Boda-bodas (motorcycle taxi) operate most of the town centres routes, charge from as low as Ush1,000.
Entebbe International Airport (EBB) functions as the airport for Kampala and is only located about 35 kilometers from the capital. Air Uganda is the national airline of the country and only started flights in 2007. International destinations with Air Uganda include Nairobi, Mombasa, Khartoum, Kilimanjaro/Arusha, Dar-es-Salaam and Zanzibar. Other airlines serving the country are mainly African airlines serving a number of destinations in East and Central Africa. South Africa Airways flies to Johannesburg, Brussels Airlines to Brussels, British Airways to London and KLM to Amsterdam. Eagle Air has many charter flights to lots of African countries only.