Rwanda’s Kigali International Airport Open to chartered flights
According to the statement issued by Rwanda Airports Company, Kigali International Airport is now open for private and chartered flights from various parts of the World.
The commercial passenger service is still suspended but travelers will be welcomed in the reserved spaces that are facilitated and organized according to the guidelines by the ministry of health.
All travelers are required to carry a COVID-19 PCR test certificate that is in line with the SOPs drafted by the country’s ministry of health. This meant to curb the further spread of the novel coronavirus.
Once you get to the airport, you will undergo a mandatory test and results are expected in less than eight hours. Besides that, travelers are emphasized to wear face masks, sanitize and practice social distancing.
Temperature screening is a must and conducted at all airport entry and exit points. You are free to accept the use of the gun in your face or hand.
Multiple hand sanitizers are installed throughout the terminals of the airport majorly for travelers to use while clearing with different offices and desks. Every traveler must follow the ministry of health guidelines.