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IKEJA – Mrs Fifi Rurangwa, Nigeria Country Manager, RwandAir, says the airline will soon start direct flights to the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja.
Rurangwa told newsmen on Tuesday in Lagos that plans were on to increase the airline’s daily flights to Lagos.
 RwandAir is one of the leading carriers in East Africa.
Rurangwa assured that the airline would continue to improve the onboard flight experiences of the passengers, as well as its cargo delivery.
She said that the airline had equally started flight operations into Accra, Ghana and a number of other cities in Africa, from Lagos.
“The reason why most airlines increase their frequencies to Nigeria is because the demand is quite high, the opportunities are enormous.
“When we came onboard, we were not really known in the market, but the response has been positive.
“We have flights to Dubai, which is one of the main destinations for Nigerian traders,” she said.
Rurangwa said that the recent raffle draw held in Lagos was the airline’s way of showing appreciation to Nigerian passengers.
She promised that the airline would continue to render quality services. (NAN)





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