No change in direction for RwandAir as new management settles in


(Posted 15th April 2017)

After launching the airline’s last two destinations to Harare and Mumbai in the final days of John Mirenge’s stewardship of Rwanda’s national airline is now London in the cross hairs of RwandAir.
The new management team is settling into their daily routine it is understood but the development plans for the airline remain a cornerstone of the rollout in 2017 of new destinations.
The airline has now reaffirmed with a new campaign on social media that indeed will London Gatwick be next with flights launching on the 26th of May, just a few weeks from now.
RwandAir will use a three class Airbus A330 on the route, offering its winning Business Class with a state of the art seat product, Africa’s best Premium Economy Class – in a separate cabin with deep recline seats and fold out footrests – and of course the warm hospitality in Economy Class.
Watch this space for further updates on traffic days and schedule times which makes Kigali a new choice for passengers from across Eastern Africa to reach the UK capital city.