The airplane is expected to land at Kigali International Airport this Thursday at noon with 80 tourists onboard coming to explore Rwanda’s attractive beauty.
The maiden flight was announced last night by Israel ambassador in Rwanda, Ron Adam, via twitter account.
“Tomorrow Nov. 26 at noon, the first ever Israeli airline will land in beautiful @City of Kigali with more than 80 tourists. Welcome!” he tweeted.
IGIHE has learnt that the passengers will be along with Israel official to hold talks with Rwandan counterparts aimed at opening flights from Kigali to Tel Aviv in Israel.
RwandAir suspended flights to Tel Aviv due to COVID-19. The new dates for resuming flights have not yet been announced.