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RwandAir enters partnership with Optiontown

Posted 24 December 2019 · Add Comment

RwandAir customers could now save from their ticket purchases due to a new partnership with Optiontown.

 

The new offering enables customers to conveniently pre-purchase RwandAir flights at the best available price and decide when they want to travel at a later date. To find out more or to book the RwandAir Flight Pass, visit rwandair.optiontown.com

Yvonne Manzi Makolo, RwandAir CEO said: “The linkup with Optiontown could offer substantial savings for our clients following the launch of our RwandAir Flight Pass. Our customers will be able to enjoy a new world of flexible flights and cheaper tickets thanks to the launch of this new product in partnership with Optiontown.”

Customers buying a RwandAir Flight Pass can choose between 4 to 500 one-way flights to multiple destinations, valid for up to two years from the start date. The more flights a customer buys, the bigger the savings they can enjoy. Those purchasing the Rwandair Flight Pass can also choose their own advance booking limit - from 180 days to just four hours before departure. In addition, up to 200 individual customer names can be added to the Flight Pass, making it possible to share with family, friends and colleagues.

Sachin Goel, Optiontown Founder & CEO, said: “Optiontown which is a pioneer in developing innovative travel options is excited to partner with RwandAir to launch our flagship product Flight Pass, which enables passengers to save on travel costs and makes flight planning and booking extremely easy and convenient. We’re confident the launch will increase customer loyalty for RwandAir and enhance the booking experience with the leading African airline.”

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