RwandAir builds connections to Democratic Republic of the Congo
RwandAir is continuous its restoration from the pandemic by including further routes to the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) from September.
As of September 29th, the flag-carrier is to launch new twice-weekly providers to each Lubumbashi, the mining capital of the nation.
This will likely be adopted by Goma, capital of North Kivu province on the shore of Lake Kivu, on October 15th.
The Lubumbashi route will likely be operated by a regional Bombardier CRJ Sequence plane, with a De Havilland Sprint eight additionally working to Goma.
Yvonne Manzi Makolo, RwandAir chief govt, mentioned: “RwandAir’s new twice-weekly providers to Lubumbashi and Goma will add extra alternative and adaptability for purchasers flying to the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
“We imagine these new routes will likely be extraordinarily common with RwandAir clients and enhance each diplomatic and industrial hyperlinks between the DRC and Rwanda.
“RwandAir is all the time in search of new markets to propel the airline’s community and improve the selection of locations and routes, not solely throughout sub-Saharan Africa, but in addition to longer-haul locations.
“We hope to announce additional new routes sooner or later to make sure we meet the calls for of our clients and proceed to supply top-flight locations.”
RwandAir’s first vacation spot in DRC was Kinshasa in early 2019, with these two new providers tripling obtainable capability to the nation.