in Route Planning & Tourism

RwandAir adds Tel Aviv to its route network

Posted 28 May 2019 · Add Comment

RwandAir will commence three direct flights a week to Tel Aviv from its Kigali hub starting from June 25,2019.

 

This new route will be operated on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays by a Boeing 737-800NG.

“Adding Tel Aviv to our network is part of our long-term plan to link Rwanda to the rest of the world. Tel Aviv is one of the world’s leading tech hubs and we look forward to flying business travellers as well as pilgrims visiting the Holy Land, to and from our network on this new route. It will also be a great opportunity to ease travel and strengthen diplomatic ties between the two countries,” said Yvonne Manzi Makolo, RwandAir’s CEO.

* required field

Post a comment

Other Stories
Advertisement
Latest News

Bole in pole position

Ethiopia’s increasingly relaxed visa regime and the expansion of the country’s national airline have helped Addis Ababa become Africa’s biggest long-haul transit hub. Alan Dron reports.

Ground handling industry failing to take the right action to solve talent and profit challenges

Recent research by RTITB Airside has found that airlines, airports and ground handlers are failing to take the right action when it comes to solving profitability and talent recruitment and retention challenges.

AS365N Dauphins for Djibouti

As part of an ongoing expansion programme, Djibouti’s small air arm, the Force Aérienne du Djibouti (FAdD, Djibouti Air Force), has taken delivery of four newly refurbished AS365N Dauphins.

MEBAA Show Morocco gearing up for September event

Business aviation exhibitors across the world are keen to take advantage of the region’s opportunities by promoting their products and services at the MEBAA Show Morocco, taking place 25-26 September at Marrakech Menara Airport.

Cabo Verde Airlines adds services to Lagos

Cabo Verde Airlines will start flying to Lagos, Nigeria, from December 9.

Launch of the Air Mauritius Flying Academy

The Flying Academy of the Air Mauritius Institute (AMI) launched today offers pilot training for an ATPL license recognised by the International Civil Aviation Organization.

TAA SK0104311219
See us at
AVAFA20BT2207050320MEBAA BT2006260919Dubai AS BT2006211119