Last week, Kigali hosted over 600 aviation stakeholders from over 60 countries for the Aviation Africa Summit 2019 where stakeholders deliberated on the sector’s trends.
The Rwanda Development Board (RDB) also handed over the newly constructed Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) Africa Campus to the Ministry of Education (MINEDUC). The local private sector sited tax unpredictability as their main challenge in doing business.
Below are some images from the week that was in business:
Jean De Dieu Uwihanganye, The State Minister in Charge of Transport disembark from Gulfstream_s G500 plane. Emmanuel Kwizera.
Representatives of different cooperatives follow the presentation of the fourth Business and Investment Climate Survey 2019-2021 report. Sam Ngendahimana.
The G500 first flew on May 18, 2015, received its FAA type certification on July 20, 2018 and was first delivered on September 27, 2018. Emmanuel Kwizera.
Coffee. Sam Ngendahimana.
Typical Passenger outifitting up to 19. Emmanuel Kwizera.
Inside the Gulfstream_s G500 plane on Thursday Feb 27, 2019 at Kigali International Airport, Kanombe. Emmanuel Kwizera.
Rebecca Ruzibuka, the Managing Director of Africa Development Consultant Limited (ADCI shares some views with cooperatives representatives during the meeting. Sam Ngendahimana.
Jean De Dieu Uwihanganye, The State Minister in Charge of Transport (3rd from Left) was accompanied by other high-level delegates who were attending the summit at Kigali Convention Centre. Emmanuel Kwizera