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Rwandair gets new CEO

Posted 9 April 2018 · Add Comment

Rwandair has appointed Yvonne Manzi Makolo as its new chief executive. She has been deputy CEO and head of marketing since joining the airline last year from MTN Rwanda where she was chief marketing officer.


She replaces Colonel Chance Ndagano who had been acting CEO since John Mirenge left the airline a year ago.
Mirenge had been CEO for seven years and had guided the airline through its reformation.
The airline – with new Airbus A330s – is in expansion mode with direct flights planned to China, Abuja Cape Town and Germany.
 

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