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RwandAir gets full IATA membership

BUSINESS
By Philip Mwakio | May 30th 2015

RwandAir has been conferred full membership into International Air Transport Association (IATA). In a ceremony in Kigali, Rwanda’s capital on Monday, IATA Vice President for Africa Raphael Kuuchi officiated the handover of the certificate to RwandAir Chief Executive John Mirenge. ‘’RwandAir is a prime example of how a good corporate strategy and dedicated staff translates into success in the skies over Africa and beyond,’’ Kuuchi said.

Mr Mirenge said the airline was already linked in the past with IATA by participating in the Billing and Settlement Plan - being part of the airline’s Geneva-based clearinghouse system. He said the airline was not waiting for the next pre-scheduled audit to commence in June 2016. -Philip Mwakio

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