Our Universal Aviation Certified Member’s main office is located in Kigali, your perfect gateway to the Kigali City business district.

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Some Great Reasons to Choose Us

  1. Our experienced team will help make your missions to Rwanda smooth and successful by staying in constant communication with you before, during, and after you mission to make sure you have everything you need and nothing is missed.
  2. On average, we can facilitate your arrival and departure to and from Kigali International Airport in 30-40 minutes for international flights.
  3. Our extensive range of amenities and services includes a VIP lounge, prayer room, and ramp access, with services ranging from aircraft maintenance, oxygen, lavatory, potable water, and baggage handling.

Our Certified Member Office in Rwanda

UA Certified MemberGround Handling Kigali, Rwanda
Kigali International Airport | Kigali, Rwanda

Our ground handling team is ready to support your next mission at Kigali International Airport, conveniently located about 3 miles east of the central business district of Kigali, the largest city in Rwanda.

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Services, Features & Amenities

At Most Airports We Support

  • Ramp Access
  • Flight Plan Filing
  • Worldwide Weather Briefings
  • Permit Coordination
  • Baggage Handling
  • Security Arrangements
  • Crew Hotel Arrangements
  • Disability Access
  • Refreshments
  • Catering Arrangements
  • Ground Transportation

At Select Airports

  • VIP Passenger Lounge
  • Crew Lounge
  • Internet Access
  • Conference Rooms
  • Hangarage
  • Maintenance
  • Restaurant
  • Car Rental
  • Lav Service
  • Oxygen Service

Operational Insight » Rwanda


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