Coastweek-- Diwali is the Hindu festival of lights
which is celebrated each year between mid-October and
mid-November on the Indian calendar.
This year, RwandAir partnered with the
Hindu community in Mombasa at Sports Club for Dewali festival
celebration. The lucky winner was given a RwandAir return ticket
In April this year, RwandAir started 4
weekly flights to Mumbai allowing connections to other
RwandAir’s destinations in Africa, Middle East and Europe via
This year, the airline also launched
flights to Harare and started other long haul routes such as
London – Gatwick and Brussels.
Lately RwandAir opened a new route of
Dakar thus taking its ever growing network to twenty four (24)
The new destination of Dakar is served
from the RwandAir’s second hub in Cotonou, Benin along with
Libreville, Brazzaville, Abidjan, and Douala.
Next year, RwandAir plans to launch
more routes in Africa such Conakry, Bamako, Cape Town, Yaoundé,
Abuja but also in Asia such as Guangzhou and in the USA like in
The airline also plans further grow
its fleet to allow the planned network expansion.
RwandAir is an IATA member airline and
IOSA, ISAGO and EASA certified.
RwandAir operates three flights from
Mombasa to Kigali, and passengers can connect to other 23
destinations reached out by the airline.
RwandAir has a package for all
passengers traveling from Mombasa to Mumbai.
They are eligible to a free entry
visa, free hotel accommodation and they are also treated to a
city tour in Kigali, the cleanness, greenest and safest city of
This treatment is also given to all
passengers from Mombasa transiting in Kigali for a minimum of 8
hours as a compliment of RwandAir.
Fly RwandAir from Mombasa to Mumbai
and enjoy Kigali city tour.