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RwandAir appoints Airline Rep Services as its GSA in Australia/New Zealand

Posted 11 January 2019 · Add Comment

The Airline Rep Services a General Sales Agent (GSA) company division of CVFR Travel Group has been appointed to represent RwandAir for the region of Australia/New Zealand.

 

A Call Centre in Australia has been set up to service the needs of the travel agents and customers for the region.

The Airline Rep services managing director Roheena Gidwani said:  “It is an amazing opportunity to partner with RwandAir and its growth story for the ANZ region. Rwanda is one of the safest countries in the world. From the capital city, Kigali, the airline serves some of the big cities in the world such as Mumbai, Dubai, Brussels, London and Johannesburg.”

Yvonne Manzi Makolo, the CEO of RwandAir said:  “We are pleased to associate with Airline Rep Services as RwandAir GSA that handles our sales and distribution network within Australia and the New Zealand. This was accomplished due to their standards, wealth of experience in air travel management. We are challenging them to capitalize on their strengths and capabilities to help maximizing our sales and revenues, promote the airline's presence in both markets, and connect our customers to over 26 destinations in Africa, Middle East, Europe and Asia.”

 

 

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