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Air Astana has received a prestigious Five Star Major Airline award from the Airline Passenger Experience Association (APEX), a non-profit trade body dedicated to improving the entire airline passenger experience. This is the third time that Air Astana has received a Five Star award from APEX.
RwandAir Travel Cover is included with every RwandAir's ticket for passengers buying tickets from 1 November 2020 up to 31 October 2021 including COVID19 expenses at destination.
RwandAir’s inaugural scheduled commercial passenger flight from London Heathrow to Kigali departed on 3 Oct 2020, which also marked the resumption of European commercial passenger services.
RwandAir will resume flights to and from London to Kigali from October 3, 2020, as it reinstates its passenger network. RwandAir will also switch its London flights from Gatwick to Heathrow to benefit from important feeder traffic.
Air Astana, Kazakhstan’s award-winning carrier, will introduce direct flights from Frankfurt to Almaty on 2nd October, with departure times optimised to meet connections from the UK cities of London Heathrow, Birmingham, and Manchester with partner Lufthansa
RwandAir will be resuming flights from London Heathrow Terminal 2 on 3rd October 2020. You can plan your trip with confidence with options that offer the flexibility to fly with us when you’re ready.
Airline distribution specialists, Flight Directors, have signed a commercial partnership agreement with market-leading PSS (Passenger Service System) provider, AeroCRS
Flight Directors has announced the appointment of Simon King as Head of Digital Development. Simon is a talented and experienced developer having previously worked for Avios Group (part of IAG).
The airline was named Asia's Best Regional Carrier and won the Passenger Comfort category of TripAdvisor, the world’s largest travel site.
Since the temporary suspension of commercial flights on 31 March 2020, RwandAir, the national airline of Rwanda, has carried out a number of repatriation flights from London Heathrow Airport and Brussels for Rwandan citizens, legal residents and students stranded in the UK