RwandAir advices Nigerian Travellers on ‘No-Show’ as it starts Daily Flights
By Friday Nwosu
One of Africa’s fastest growing airlines, RwandAir has assured Air travellers in Nigeria of its on time departure operations in the country, as it advices passengers to avoid missing their flights.
The airline in a statement said check-in for its daily flight operations out of the Murtala Muhammed International Airport which commences on Monday every week starts 4 hours before any flight departure and closes an hour to the flight departure.
It said its take off time for its Monday and Wednesday flights is at 11:30 am, while it departure time for Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday is at 11am and 12noon for Friday and Sunday.
RwandAir further advices air travellers to be at the airport to check-in on time.
The airline has consistently reiterated the importance of the Nigerian to its operations and it commitment to the air travellers in the country.
According to atqnews.com, the airline recently deployed two A330 aircraft to serve the Nigerian route as a sign of confidence in the market.
Country Manager, RwandAir, Ms. Ibiyemi Odusi said: “We are committed to serving this market and are weathering the storm because we believe that the economy of Nigeria will soon be revamped.”
“It is our cash cow and we think it is only proper for us to put the best of our equipment on this route for the safety and comfort of our passengers.”
“Our plan is to expand our share of the market and maintain safety, on-time performance and excellent customer services to our clients.”
RwandAir’s recently took delivery of the latest Boeing 737-800NG to add to its growing fleet of aircraft which includes a new Airbus A330.