CAPE TOWN– Rwanda’s state airline, RwandAir, has added Cape Town to its international route network with the first flight touching down at Cape Town International Airport Wednesday.
The four-hour flights from Kigali to Cape Town will be operated four times a week. The airline currently flies to 26 destinations, including several African cities, London and a number of other European cities.
RwandAir Quality Assurance Director Sonia Kamikazi says the flight to and from Cape Town would include a stopover in Zimbabwe’s capital, Harare.
A lot of research has been done by our analysts, our network department and our commercial department and that’s how they come up with a sector with a stopover to Harare because Harare was showing that its missing this sector. We believe it will work well.
Source: NAM NEWS NETWORK