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RwandAir becomes second carrier in Africa to sign IATA Safety Leadership Charter

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The International Air Transport Association (IATA) announced that RwandAir has become the latest signatory in Africa to the IATA Safety Leadership Charter after Ethiopian Airlines that have done it before. 

The Charter aims to strengthen organizational safety culture and is part of IATA’s Collaborative Aviation Safety Improvement Program (CASIP), with a focus on Africa.

Yvonne Makolo, CEO of RwandAir, stated that safety is not only a priority but a fundamental principle guiding their operations. By signing the Charter, they are reaffirming their commitment to a culture of safety and recognizing the need to continue building on past efforts.

Kamil Alawadhi, IATA’s Regional Vice-President for Africa and the Middle East, commended RwandAir’s leadership for their commitment to safety and emphasized the importance of enhancing aviation safety in Africa for the continent’s overall development.

The IATA Safety Leadership Charter was developed in consultation with industry executives and the wider aviation community to foster a positive safety culture within organizations.

RwandAir is known for its excellent service and has been expanding due to its experience and professionalism, which is frequently praised by travelers worldwide.

RwandAir is the second carrier in Africa to sign, following Ethiopian Airlines who made the commitment at the launch of the Safety Leadership Charter in September 2023.

Currently, IATA consists of 290 companies from various countries, and at least 82% of air travel is related to it.

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