RwandAir continues to add aircraft and expand long-haul routes even though it faces challenges in Africa’s economic climate and in the aviation industry. The Kigali-based carrier has taken delivery of new Airbus and Boeing aircraft in less than three months and recently received its second Airbus A330-300, for which it was the launch customer in Eastern Africa. It received its first of the type in September. The A330-300, powered by Rolls Royce Trent 772B engines, offers onboard ...

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