Aviation deals dominate as Bralirwa releases its half year results

There were a lot of developments on the local business scene over the past week. RwandAir partnered with regional airlines, starting with a code share partnership deal with Air Uganda. The move seeks to enhance service delivery and profitablity. The government also signed an aviation agreement with Burundi to share airspace.
RwandAir CEO John Mirenge (left) and Cornwell Muleya, the Air Uganda boss, exchange documents after signing the deal. The New Times / Timothy Kisambira
RwandAir CEO John Mirenge (left) and Cornwell Muleya, the Air Uganda boss, exchange documents after signing the deal. The New Times / Timothy Kisambira

There were a lot of developments on the local business scene over the past week. RwandAir partnered with regional airlines, starting with a code share partnership deal with Air Uganda. The move seeks to enhance service delivery and profitablity. The government also signed an aviation agreement with Burundi to share airspace.

The activities were not limited to air travel, as local leading brewer, Bralirwa outed half year performance results, indicating a drop in profits. The brewer said the export market was difficult over the reporting period.

 

On Wednesday, a new Korean coffee shop opened its doors to Rwandans, introducing a new marketing concept, social marketing in the country. Business Times brings these developments and more in pictures…

 

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