RwandAir, the flag carrier of the central African state of Rwanda, signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) for two Airbus A330s, signaling a move into the long-haul market. The Kigali-based airline is taking a A330-200 and A330-300. It is a new Airbus customer and the airline said it is the first company in East Africa to order the type. Its current fleet consists of two Boeing 737-700NGs, two 737-800NGs, two Bombardier CRJ900 NextGens and two Bombardier Q400 NextGens. It leased the ...

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