Rwanda Airline is one of the African air lines linking various tourists on Rwanda safaris to different destinations within East African destinations and the Air line’s plan to expand its flights to different countries in Africa will greatly help the Rwanda’s tourism industry because it can help to link tourists from different countries in Africa to Rwanda.
which currently operates flights from Kigali to most of capital cities
of east and central Africa is greatly playing great role of transferring
tourists on their Rwanda safaris
to other cities like Kampala in Uganda, Nairobi in Kenya among others.
The airline also connects tourists from prominent generating areas like
Dubai to Rwanda and other East African countries.
Rwanda Air’s plan
to start operating flights to Asian countries like China, India and some
European countries will greatly help to easy accessibility for
potential tourists planning to undertake safaris to Rwanda.
If Rwanda Airline starts operating to Asian countries, it will also
help to market the different tourism attractions to the growing tourism
market in countries like China, India and some other European countries.
With the current problem affecting most of African tourism destinations
being inter-connectivity, Rwanda carrier‘s plans to extend their flight
routes in most of African countries will help to bridge the gap of
inter connectivity .This can even help to increase on profit earning of
the carrier but more importantly it will help to increase safaris to Rwanda because different people traveling with different motives can easily fly to Rwanda directly.
Rwanda Air currently has a fleet of two Boeing 737-800NGs, two
737-700NGs, two CRJ900NGs and one Dash 8-200 and these are helping to
fly tourists on their mountain gorilla trekking to Rwanda
in and out of Rwanda. The memorandum of understanding signed by Rwanda
Air last month between two Airbus A330s, in a deal worth around USD$500
million based on list prices will also be of great help to tourism
industry in Rwanda.
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