#Abuja now and #CapeTown next as #RwandAir expands destination network


(Posted 28th April 2018)

Every Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday will flights now connect the two capital cities of Rwanda and Nigeria, after RwandAir launched services from Kigali to Abuja yesterday.
Senior Manager for Promotions and Customer Loyalty Mr. Patrick Manzi said that the addition of Abuja, RwandAir’s second destination in Nigeria after Lagos, will help to improve connectivity between West and East Africa and into the rest of the airline’s network.

The flights from Kigali to Abuja also include an onward service to Accra / Ghana before returning to Kigali again.


(RwandAir’s Boeing B737 taxiing towards her parking position in Abuja yesterday)

The addition of Abuja to the network has increased the number of destinations for RwandAir out of Kigali to now 26 and when Cape Town comes online on the 16th of May will this number go up to 27.
Operating out of two hubs, home airport Kigali and Conakry in Benin since last year, is RwandAir now seen as one of Africa’s fastest growing airlines with one of the youngest fleets in the skies over the continent and beyond.
The addition last year of Mumbai, London and Brussels saw the airline go intercontinental for the first time after operating Dubai flights now for several years.
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