RwandAir has taken delivery of the first of two long-haul, widebody Airbus A330s—an A330-200—becoming the launch operator of the type in East Africa. The Kigali-based carrier also has an A330-300 on order, which will be delivered in November. “One additional brand new Boeing 737-800 will also join our fleet in the same month,” RwandAir CEO John Mirenge told ATW at the delivery ceremony. The A330-200 is configured in a three-class cabin layout with 20 seats in ...

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