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Hamad International Airport welcomes RwandAir’s direct flights Hamad International Airport welcomes RwandAir’s direct flights

Hamad International Airport Welcomes RwandAir’s Direct Flights

Hamad International Airport (HIA) welcomes new direct flights from Rwanda to Qatar, facilitated by the codeshare agreement between Qatar Airways and RwandAir.

The agreement between both national carriers offers global travellers greater choice, comfort, and connectivity provided at HIA. Connecting more of Africa to the world, this newest addition allows passengers from Qatar’s airport to seamlessly travel to more than 25 destinations across Africa, Europe, and Asia. Qatar Airways passengers can take advantage of the partnership and choose from three weekly flights on by using their Qatar Airways Qmiles.

 HIA offers global travellers convenient connectivity through its strategic location, with 80 percent of the world’s population able to connect with the World’s Best Airport through six-hour flights. Additionally, HIA delivers a mosaic of cultural, retail, and hospitality offerings encompassed in a secure and efficient airport experience.

 H.E. Akbar Al Baker, Group CEO, Qatar Airways, said, “As the world’s preferred gateway to Qatar and beyond, HIA has successfully continued to deliver safe operations to both global airlines and passengers alike. We welcome RwandAir as the latest addition to the airlines served at HIA;an illustrative accomplishment for the expansion of RwandAir’s routes, and the recovery of travel through Qatar’s airport.”

 Yvonne Makolo, CEO, RwandAir, commented by saying, “RwandAir is proud to partner with HIA and Qatar Airways, which will act as a catalyst to continue our recovery and demonstrates our commitment to enhance the travelling experience for our customers. “It will provide greater connections through HIA to Qatar, and to destinations around the world on Qatar Airways, to dramatically boost the choice of routes for our customers from Kigali.”