About RwandAir (WB) Flights
Commencing its operations on 1st December 2002 as the national airline of Rwanda under the name Rwandair Express, it is now known as RwandAir. The airline has its hub at Kigali International Airport and is one of the fastest developing airline of the country. The airline is also a member of the International Air Transportation Association, an ISAGO, IOSA and EASA certified operator.
The airline has codeshare agreement with Brussels Airlines, Ethiopian Airlines, Turkish Airlines and South African Airways.
Connectivity and Fleet Size
You can make RwandAir reservations to twenty-two cities on both domestic and international routes across Central Africa, Southern Africa, West Africa, East Africa, Europe, Asia and Middle East. Johannesburg, Dubai, Accra, Lagos, Mombasa are some of the premier destinations of RwandAir.
RwandAir currently has about 12 in service aircraft, comprising of 1 Airbus A330 -300, 1 Airbus A330-200, 4 Boeing 737-800NG, 2 Boeing 737-700NG, 2 Bombardier Q-400NG and 2 CRJ900NG.
Each passenger is permitted only one bag which shouldn’t weigh more than 21 lbs. and the total dimension measurement is restricted to 22 x 15 x 8 inches for every destination.
However, an exception applies on flying to Johannesburg where the carry-on baggage shouldn’t weigh more than 15 lbs.
Economy class passengers are permitted up to 2 pieces of baggage of 50.7 lbs each.
Business class passengers are permitted up to 2 pieces of baggage of 70.5 lbs each.
After making a RwandAir booking, it is recommended to check the latest baggage allowance policy of the airline as it is subject to change as per the airline’s discretion.
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