Rwanda Wants to Be East Africa's Aviation Center
RwandAir is increasing its destinations to 22, and is aiming to end this financial year with at least 750,000 passengers, says the national carrier's chief executive officer.
RwandAir Chief Executive Officer, John Mirenge, presenting the Ubumwe A330 airbus at Entebbe International Airport.
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