RwandAir, renowned for its commitment to growth and excellence, proudly unveils the latest addition to its fleet—the Boeing 737-800. Set to be stationed at the carrier’s bustling Kigali hub, this sleek aircraft marks the airline’s seventh Boeing 737, propelling RwandAir’s regional operations across Africa and the Middle East.

With a configuration boasting 12 lavish business-class seats and 144 comfortable economy seats, this new addition amplifies RwandAir’s commitment to offering passengers exceptional connectivity and swift transfers through Kigali. As it joins the fleet, it bolsters the carrier’s total aircraft count to a formidable 14, comprising three A330s, seven B737s, and four regional aircraft—a testament to RwandAir’s relentless pursuit of expansion and service enhancement.

Yvonne Makolo, the visionary CEO of RwandAir, shared her enthusiasm, stating, “This marks a pivotal milestone for us. Our fleet expansion journey over the past year has been remarkable, and we’re poised to accelerate this growth, elevating our service levels and connectivity not just within Africa but well beyond.”

Building on its extensive network, RwandAir currently serves an array of destinations spanning East, Central, West, and Southern Africa, alongside routes to the Middle East, Europe, and Asia. With this latest addition, the airline reaffirms its commitment to bridging continents and providing passengers with an unparalleled travel experience that embodies comfort, efficiency, and an unwavering dedication to excellence.

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