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RwandAir to open Harare, Mumbai routes in April


Country Manager of RwandAir, Ibiyemi Odusi

Country Manager of RwandAir, Ibiyemi Odusi

RwandAir, one of the fastest growing airlines in Africa, said it has concluded  arrangements to expand flight operations into Harare, Zimbabwe, and Mumbai, India, in April 2017.

This is just as the carrier said it hoped to expand flights into other routes including: Lilongwe, in Malawi, Bamako in Mali, Conakry, in Guinea, New York in the United States and London, in the United Kingdom.

Country Manager, RwandAir, Ibiyemi Odusi, said the expansion flights into Harare and Mumbai, are part of the growth plans for the Nigerian market.


Odusi said the unique selling point of the new routes would be driven by its International Air Transport Association ( IATA) operational safety audit ( IOSA) and ISAGO, which is guarantee of the airline’s safety record.

She listed other unique selling points to include: good product and operating aircraft, young fleet with reliability, customer service, in- flight entertainment, on time performance and seamless connectivity beyond its hub in Kigali, the Rwandan capital.

The airline will deploy its new Airbus 300- 200 and Airbus 300-300 as well as Boeing 737- 800 aircraft with onboard wi fi and mobile network. The Airbuses have flat bed in the business class cabins and also RwandAir Premium cabins exist as Premium Economy cabins with value for money

Odusi said the airline will offer two  piece baggage allowance with 23 kilogrammes for economy and business class passengers ,while business class passengers will enjoy two piece baggage allowance with 32 kilogrammes.

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