RwandAir appoints Network Airline Services in the UK

RwandAir has appointed Network Airline Services as its cargo general sales covering the UK market.
The airline offersan Airbus A330 direct to Kigali (KGL) from London Gatwick (LGW) three times a week. From KGL, Rwandair provides connections to 22 destinations throughout Africa.
RwandAir marked 2016 with some significant achievements: The airline began operations to Cotonou and Abidjan and acquired its first two wide-body brand new Airbus A330s (East Africa’s first triple class configuration) as well as its third Boeing 737-800NG.
In 2017, the airline plans to acquire its fourth Boeing 737-800NG and to expand its wings to Guangzhou in China, Bamako in Mali, Conakry in Guinea, Lilongwe in Malawi, and New York in the USA.

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