RwandAir said it had concluded plans to begin flight operations to Abuja and Cape Town, South Africa.
The carrier, according to a statement, will operate four weekly flights from Kigali to Cape Town with a stop-over in Harare.
The Abuja flight will be tagged to the existing Accra route, where the flight will stop in Abuja before heading to Accra and it will also be operated four times a week.
“This is yet another big milestone for RwandAir as we continue to expand our network.
Our aim is to provide to our customers seamless and better connections on the continent and beyond.
Abuja and Cape Town come in as a boost to the different economies in terms of tourism and trade on one hand, and enhance bilateral partnership between our countries on the other hand”, said Chance Ndagano Acting Chief Executive Officer of RwandAir.
Commonly referred to as the Mother City, Cape Town is a port city on South Africa’s southwest coast, on a peninsula beneath the Table Mountain, one of the top tourist attractions of the city along with Cape Point, Cape of Good Hope and Robben Island. The two new destinations will take RwandAir’s destinations to 26.
From its hub at the heart of Africa located at Kigali International Airport, RwandAir is reputed for its excellent on-time performance, customer service and safety, and has one of the youngest fleet on the African continent. RwandAir, an IATA member airline renewed its IOSA certification and has been ISAGO and EASA certified.
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