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RwandAir to resume Cape Town flights in DecemberBy ATTA®
RwandAir will resume its services to Cape Town on December 2, 2020.
Flights will depart from Kigali on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays and reach Cape Town via Harare, with return flights from Cape Town later on the same days.
Rwanda opened their borders for tourism on June 17 and their air space for tourist flights on August 1. Rwanda does not have a ‘red list’ and is open to all for leisure travel.
Travellers arriving in Rwanda must have a negative COVID-19 certificate issued within 120 hours prior to departure. A second PCR test will be conducted upon arrival. Results will be delivered after 24 hours during which visitors will remain in designated hotels at their own cost.