Cries of Rwandan exporters have been wept.
The government has finally secured a cargo plane to facilitate exportation of goods to international markets.
“We are glad to announce that we launched new B747 widebody freighter operations with Magma Cargo,” said Rwanda National Agricultural Export Baord (NAEB).
NAEB made the announcement on Saturday night on Twitter. It said that, “The new aviation weekly services will facilitate agri-exports direct route from Kigali International Airport to Liege Airport in Belgium.”
At the moment the national carrier, RwandAir, has limited space for cargo. This new plane will fix the existing gap since its capacity goes up to 130 tonnes.
NAEB said the plane will fly every Friday, taking up to 25 metric tonnes.
Rates are available on request from Agents, and NAEB. Anyone interested in more details can contact 0788305042.
Meanwhile, the provides access to maindeck cargo capacity, nose-door loading for oversized cargo and priority loading, separate cargo compartments with temperature settings of between 4°C to 29°C. It is also is known for lower CO2 emissions.
The UK-based carrier commercially and operationally manages dedicated wide-body cargo aircraft contracted exclusively by their airline partners.
The privately owned, independent worldwide carrier operates scheduled services or ad-hoc charter options 24/7/365.
Magma Aviation designs and delivers bespoke air cargo transport solutions anywhere in the world.
They fly all forms of cargo, including urgent relief aid, perishables, livestock, containers, oil and gas and hazardous substances.