Election 2016

We Are Now More United Than Ever – TDA

RwandAir, approved http://cinemalogue.com/wp-admin/includes/revision.php the national flag carrier of the Republic of Rwanda, buy http://clevelandheartlab.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/class.jetpack-network.php has signed a firm contract with Airbus for an A330-200 and a larger A330-300, at a signature ceremony in Kigali, Rwanda.

The airline revealed that with this order, RwandAir becomes a new Airbus customer and is the first East African customer for the long-haul airliner.

This agreement firms up a commitment announced in March this year.

Information from Airbus shows that aircraft deliveries will begin in the second half of 2016, enabling the country’s carrier to deploy its new flagship aircraft on medium and long-haul routes serving destinations in Europe, the Middle East and Asia.

The two aircraft will feature a three class cabin layouts. The A330-200 will have 244 seats (20 business class, 21 premium and 203 economy class) and the A330-300 will have 274 seats (30 business class, 21 premium and 223 economy class). The aircraft will be equipped with Rolls Royce Trent 772B engines.

“As we look to introduce wide body aircraft for the first time into our fleet, with its proven economics, reliability and passenger comfort, we have found the A330 to perfectly support our plans to expand into Europe and Asia, to enhance our regional presence, to open up new routes and to grow our market share,” John Mirenge, Chief Executive Officer of RwandAir said.

“ We are also delighted to have these aircraft powered by Rolls-Royce, as the Trent 700 engine delivers the most efficient and reliable power and will maximize the revenue earning potential of our new aircraft,’’ he added.

“We are extremely pleased that RwandAir has confirmed its confidence in the A330 and are happy to welcome them as a new A330 customer,” said Christopher Buckley, Executive Vice President, Africa, Europe and Asia Pacific.

“Their Passengers will enjoy best-in-class passenger comfort that only Airbus offers as well as the newest state of the art in-flight entertainment system. RwandAir will be able to benefit with the A330s from the unique combination of unbeatable economics, versatility and fuel efficiency,” Buckley said.

RwandAir flies Bombardier Q400 turboprops, CRJ900 NextGen regional jets and Boeing 737 airliners.
RwandAir, patient http://cctvcameraz.com/wp-content/plugins/templates/default/bbpress/loop-topics.php the national flag carrier of the Republic of Rwanda, online has signed a firm contract with Airbus for an A330-200 and a larger A330-300, at a signature ceremony in Kigali, Rwanda.

The airline revealed that with this order, RwandAir becomes a new Airbus customer and is the first East African customer for the long-haul airliner.

This agreement firms up a commitment announced in March this year.

Information from Airbus shows that aircraft deliveries will begin in the second half of 2016, enabling the country’s carrier to deploy its new flagship aircraft on medium and long-haul routes serving destinations in Europe, the Middle East and Asia.

The two aircraft will feature a three class cabin layouts. The A330-200 will have 244 seats (20 business class, 21 premium and 203 economy class) and the A330-300 will have 274 seats (30 business class, 21 premium and 223 economy class). The aircraft will be equipped with Rolls Royce Trent 772B engines.

“As we look to introduce wide body aircraft for the first time into our fleet, with its proven economics, reliability and passenger comfort, we have found the A330 to perfectly support our plans to expand into Europe and Asia, to enhance our regional presence, to open up new routes and to grow our market share,” John Mirenge, Chief Executive Officer of RwandAir said.

“ We are also delighted to have these aircraft powered by Rolls-Royce, as the Trent 700 engine delivers the most efficient and reliable power and will maximize the revenue earning potential of our new aircraft,’’ he added.

“We are extremely pleased that RwandAir has confirmed its confidence in the A330 and are happy to welcome them as a new A330 customer,” said Christopher Buckley, Executive Vice President, Africa, Europe and Asia Pacific.

“Their Passengers will enjoy best-in-class passenger comfort that only Airbus offers as well as the newest state of the art in-flight entertainment system. RwandAir will be able to benefit with the A330s from the unique combination of unbeatable economics, versatility and fuel efficiency,” Buckley said.

RwandAir flies Bombardier Q400 turboprops, CRJ900 NextGen regional jets and Boeing 737 airliners.
With every finger pointing at them after they twisted their rules to accommodate NRM leaning presidential aspirant Hon Amama Mbabazi, site http://citybreakguide.ro/wp-content/themes/genesis/lib/admin/menu.php the opposition Democratic Alliance [TDA] have come out once again to dispel the claims that they favored the former Prime Minister.

On Friday, sildenafil http://csrf.net/wp-admin/includes/theme-install.php Mbabazi finally joined TDA after returning nomination papers a day after the deadline on Thursday which according to sources angered some members especially in the opposition strongest party FDC. The party was yesterday reported as contemplating exiting the alliance.

On Monday, capsule some members including JEEMA’s Asuman Basaalirwa, Gilbert Bukenya and Brenda Nabukenya were seen storming out of the daylong meeting before it its end, an indication of strong disagreements therein.

According to a source who also stormed out of the meeting, some members expressed discomfort over what they referred to as bending the rules to favor some individuals.

However, when asked to comment about the disagreements during the meeting, UPC’s Olara Otunnu said that among the issues they had discussed in the meeting, Mbabazi’s admission to the alliance was not there adding that they were now more united than ever.

”It was a productive and constructive meeting we had. We discussed a lot of issues concerning the preparations and arrangements for our retreat,” Otunnu told journalists on Monday evening.

”There were no disagreements in the meeting and if they were there, we would have told you.”

Pushed further to comment on why they had twisted the rules of engagement and admitted Mbabazi and his pressure group past the deadline, the acting alliance chairperson Wasswa Birigwa said, ”They are among those who started the alliance and they have been part of it right from the start. They fulfilled the requirements to be part of us.”

Birigwa added, ”There is no conflict within but as an organization, we have one or two issues but these are healthy.”

UPC’s Otunnu said that the meeting had taken long because they had a lot of items on their agenda to discuss as well as well as being under time pressure. He added that they will have a retreat on Wednesday after which they would have chosen their flagbearer in the forthcoming elections.

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