In a statement, the company added that starting from October 8, it will resume flights to Kigali and operate one flight per week.
The flights were suspended due to measures to prevent the spread of the Coronavirus pandemic, which prompted Rwanda to close its borders in March this year.
EgyptAir launched its flights between Rwanda and Egypt last year, aimed at facilitating the flow of people and goods between the two countries, which are also normally in good relations.
In addition to Kigali, EgyptAir also plans to resume flights to Uganda, South Africa, Oman, and Jordan.
Like RwandAir, EgyptAir is an internationally growing airline, with 66 planes and 13 more imported, operating in 75 destinations around the world.