(eTN) – In a press release overnight, RwandAir announced daily flights between Kigali and Dubai, effective from the onset of the airline’s “winter schedule,” has increased by one from the previous 6 flights per week.
At the same time, Johannesburg will be served daily, with flights to Lagos, increased from the present three to five per week, and Brazzaville and Libreville will get a fourth weekly frequency.
Dar es Salaam will, under the new schedule, be served daily, while Nairobi, Entebbe, and Bujumbura will see three flights per day. Notably, the regional destinations of Mombasa, Kilimanjaro, and Mwanza will also see an additional flight, bringing both destinations to four per week. Most arrivals in Kigali have been scheduled to have either immediate or early onward connections into other network destinations, further improving connectivity for travelers choosing to fly RwandAir.
The airline’s CEO, John Mirenge, was quoted in the media release as having said: “We will be welcoming more travelers on board our national carrier. This is a major step in the development of the airline and the airport. Connecting through Kigali now becomes a real alternative for everyone.”