RwandAir plans to launch New York flights  19th Feb 2018

RwandAir is planning on launching flights to New York in the United States as well as stretch further to Asian destinations including China.

The national carrier has been on scintillating form as it seeks to offer world class services to its travelers. The carrier is planning on launching further to spread its influence beyond Africa.

The flights are believed to be launched soon, with the travelling schedules yet to be revealed by the airline. The company believes it will be a delight to operate in such areas as it would boost the tourism sector in the country. It will as well promote the rise and expansion of the business communities among the countries.

Recently, the air company launched flights to Abuja and Cape Town seeking to be competitive in the aviation sector. The move will bolster trade among the African countries and see the growth of economies as well. Under this expansion, the airline will rake in a handsome revenue and attract more travelers to its community.

The international flights will offer the manufacturing sector greater opportunities and improve the standards of the hospitality and accommodation sector. RwandAir projects to transport over three million passengers in the next five years, making it one of the busiest airlines in Africa.

There is more to benefit from not only with international routes but with the African front being the prevalent market. Intra-trade relationship will help countries grow their economic status thus contributing to the greater growth of the African heritage. Transportation of goods in time will bring effectiveness and efficiency in the business sector.

RwandAir is an IOSA certified airline that was recently recognized as one of the safest and best on time performer. This adds more accolades to the airline that has benefited from the open air policies as well. They plan to offer better connections and services to their customers to remain competitive in the market and harvest greatly form the aviation sector.


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