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TAL Aviation Italy partners with RwandAir

Posted 9 June 2021 · Add Comment

RwandAir has partnered with TAL Aviation Italy to market and sell the airline's passenger air service as its general sales agent in Italy.

Image:  ReandAir

Since August of last year, RwandAir has gradually resumed commercial flights across its global network, including most of its African routes, as well as some long-haul destinations such as London Heathrow, Brussels and Dubai.

 

RwandAir's fleet comprises Airbus, Boeing and Bombardier aircraft.

 

"Our Italian team is ready and eager to promote, and passionate about selling the airline in Italy, welcoming customers on board RwandAir and flying them with confidence" said Nissim Sagis, TAL Aviation's chief commercial officer.  

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