RwandAir shows off new B737-800

(eTN) - Entebbe, Nairobi, Kilimanjaro, and Dar es Salaam and Brazzaville/Libreville all had a glimpse of RwandAir’s latest acquisition when the aircraft was deployed on the regional routes in a one

RwandAir shows off new B737-800

(eTN) – Entebbe, Nairobi, Kilimanjaro, and Dar es Salaam and Brazzaville/Libreville all had a glimpse of RwandAir’s latest acquisition when the aircraft was deployed on the regional routes in a one off “showing the flag” exercise, allowing passengers normally traveling on the airline’s CRJ or B737-500 jets to sample the superior cabin layout and enjoy inflight entertainment, which is standard in the new “bird.”

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The new aircraft, soon to be joined by a second B737-800NG, is normally deployed on the routes from Kigali to Johannesburg, 4 times a week, and to Dubai via Mombasa, 3 times a week, and has already drawn very positive feedback from passengers over the improved service levels and comfort on board.

No final date has been given yet on the expected delivery of the second new aircraft.

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