When Did Kigali International Airport Reopened past Covid-19

when did kigali international airport reopened past covid-19


Rwanda’s international airport (Kigali ) is to reopen on August 1st. Ever since late March, Rwanda suspended all incoming commercial and outgoing passenger flights, allowing only emergency and cargo flights to operate because of the COVID-19 pandemic. 


Rwanda’s ministry of infrastructure declared that all passengers landing in Kigali international airport or in transit must show evidence of a COVID-19 PCR negative test from a ratified laboratory. Proofs of tests must stipulate that they were taken within 72 hours of arrival in Rwanda.


Rwanda’s ministry wants to ensure that all cabin crew, staff, and passengers are safe and healthy. Airport operations will have to follow all the guidelines developed by the ministry of health and the recommendations of the CIAO council on the Aviation Recovery Task Force.


Rwanda’s ministry of health has added a statement that all passengers arriving at Kigali International Airport will have their second test for COVID-19 on arrival, and results will be available within a day during which they will board at their respective hotels at their own cost.


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