- Suggests that the new route will offer service every three weeks.
RwandAir, a rapidly expanding airline in Africa that made a pledge to deliver on that promise on June 27, introduced brand new direct flights to the well-known city of Paris for the very first time.
Customers will now be able to take advantage of RwandAir’s ambitious expansion plan by flying on the sole direct route that exists between Rwanda and France. This flight connects the two countries via Paris.
The management of the airline has announced that the new flights to the “City of Light” will take place three times each week. This will provide passengers with convenient access to one of the trendiest and most fascinating cities in Europe while also connecting France with Kigali, which is located in the center of Africa.
The flight number WB700 leaves Kigali at 00:40 in the morning on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays and arrives at Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris at 09:30 on the same day.
Every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday night, the return flight WB701 departs Paris at 9:30 pm and arrives back to RwandAir’s home hub at 6:00 am the following morning.
Yvonne Makolo, the Chief Executive Officer of RwandAir, emphasized the joy that management has over the new route, noting that flights will reunite friends and family with one another.
Makolo stated that “We are excited and proud to celebrate the start of RwandAir’s new three times-a-week service to Paris from Kigali.” The flight will depart from Rwanda’s capital city of Kigali. We have no doubt that this magnificent new route to the capital of France will be extremely well received by our clientele.
“From tourists wishing to explore the elegant and sophisticated metropolis of Paris to tourists keen to enjoy the beauty and wildlife of Rwanda, RwandAir’s new flights will not only allow friends and family to be reunited but will also enable businesses to create deeper international connections.
“We are looking forward to growing our presence in the French market as we continue to expand our international route network and connect Africa with Europe and more overseas destinations.”
passengers flying between Rwanda and France will now be able to reach Paris in eight hours and thirty minutes, providing them more time to discover the fantastic ambiance, amazing culture, and iconic attractions of the city. The CEO noted that this news was shared with passengers by the airline.
“It will also open access for travelers from France directly into the heart of Africa to explore Rwanda’s magnificent scenery and wildlife, including the country’s beautiful national parks and its world famous mountain gorillas,”
“RwandAir’s home hub in Kigali offers convenient connections to the airline’s large network of flights that travel all over Africa to destinations such as Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, and South Africa. The airline went on to say that RwandAir has a stellar reputation in the industry for its punctuality, customer service, and safety practices.
Rwandair has honored its promise to deliver excitement and funfair by announcing on June 27 that it will keep its pledge to include Paris to its list of destinations.