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RwandAir, the flag carrier of the Republic of Rwanda, is pleased to announce that it will commence flights to Guangzhou, the provincial capital of Guangdong and the third largest city in China, effective June 18.

National Aviation Services (NAS), aviation services provider, announced a joint venture agreement with Rwanda’s national flag carrier, RwandAir.

Chance Ndagano, acting CEO, RwandAir, officially handed over his position to the newly appointed CEO, Yvonne Manzi Makolo.

RwandAir has teamed up with female entrepreneur-supporting Rwandan coffee supplier, Question Coffee, to serve Rwandan specialty coffee on all its flights.

RwandAir has announced that it is set to launch new routes to Abuja, Nigeria and Cape Town, South Africa, raising its destinations to 26.

Effective from January 01, 2018, all travellers to Rwanda, regardless of nationality, will get a 30-day visa on arrival without prior application.

RwandAir will host the 49th Annual General Assembly (AGA) and Summit of the African Airlines Association (AFRAA) scheduled to take place at the Kigali Convention Centre in Rwanda on November 12 – 14.

RwandAir has announced introduction of new regional schedules to West Africa from Cotonou Cadjehoun Airport, its recently added base.

RwandAir has received permission from the Benin government allowing the carrier to position two Boeing 737 aircraft at Cotonou Cadjehoun Airport, set to become its second hub.