RwandAir Resumes Flights to Juba
Kigali International Airport, Kigali, Tuesday February 11, 2014.
Tuesday February 11, 2014.The management of RwandAir would like to officially inform the public that from March 01 2014, all flights to Juba will be resumed. The schedule will remain as it was with three weekly flights on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. The decision to resume flights came on the heels of the news received from the South Sudan government that they had signed a ceasefire deal with the rebels.
This confirmation of peace talks reassured the airline of the safety of their passengers. RwandAir the national carrier of the Republic of Rwanda launched flights to Juba last year on September 21st with attractive fares which raised their number of passengers in one week. Juba’s destination marked the final milestone for RwandAir in the year of 2013 as its 15th destination.
The two months wait for operations to commence is finally over as the airline is ready and eager to serve their customers on the Juba route. RwandAir is famous for conveniently connecting passengers through Kigali International Airport. Still relatively small in size, the airport and the airline are able to provide seamless transfers and a much more personalized service to Entebbe, Nairobi, Dubai, Johannesburg, Dar es Salaam, Bujumbura, and many more.
The airline also plans to expand its network further into the sub-Saharan region, and will soon unveil Douala in Cameroon on March 30th 2014. For more information contact the head of corporate communications, Anna Fye at 0784873299/ firstname.lastname@example.org