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Rwandair delays A330 launch flights to Mumbai but new links to West Africa

Posted 24 August 2016 · Add Comment

Rwandair has put back the launch flights of its new Airbus A330 to December.The airline was originally planning to begin flights with the new aircraft in September on a route to Mumbai.


Meantime the Kigali-based carrier has begun new routes to West Africa with flight to Benin and the Code d’Ivoire.
It will begin services to Cotonou on 2 September and Ivorian capital Abidjan on 8 October. Both will be served three times weekly with Boeing 737s.
 

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