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RwandAir connects Kigali-London, Brussels


As part of its routes expansion programme, East African carrier, RwandAir has commenced flights between Kigali, the airline’s hub and London Gatwick, in the United Kingdom.

Besides London, the airline has also commenced flights between Brussels, the Belgian capital and Kigali.

Country Manager in Nigeria, Ibiyemi Odusi, described the additional routes as strategic in the growth plan of the carrier, which she said is poised to offer passengers competitive fares to remain a major player in business.

Odusi said the flights are operated by the new Airbus A330 with complete flat bed in Business class, comfortable Premium Economy and Generous Leg Room in Economy cabins.

She listed other features in the aircraft to include free Wi-fi on board all cabins and mobile network.

The airline said Nigerian passengers are treated to good connection time with complimentary accommodation in Kigali to connect flights into London and Brussels.

Odusi spoke of plans by the airline to begin flights into Guangzhou, in China soon.

She said: “We are keeping faith with our promise to give passengers the best services. We are offering competitive fares to endear passengers to our airline.

“Very soon we will unveil our timeline for expansion into Guangzhou and other upcoming routes,” she said.

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