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Old 4th Sep 2015, 04:24
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Rwanda Air B737NG

Anyone have any info on Rwanda B737NG Captain positions being advertised by Rishworth? Sent them an email but no reply. Terms and conditions?
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Old 8th Sep 2015, 08:59
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My buddy joined as DEC Q400 and he is very happy with conditions. Something like 2 months ON 1 OFF/9k$/free ticket. Very nice and clean city to live and safer compared to others cities in africa. Many expat guys also,...sounds like a good deal.
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Old 21st Sep 2015, 11:24
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Rwandair

I have made several attempts to contact Rish who are reported to be the agent for the contract with Rwandair.. 3 attempts and no reply from them. According to the initial intro page requirements, I exceed the minimums required for the position.

Rish has a history of claiming to rep contracts with carriers that deny any affiliation with them......so maybe this is a direct, non-agent contract.

One chap was good enough to send me the contract stats and the salary was listed as 7600 Euros. Think this maybe very old because nobody works for 7600E unless they are Pay2Fly.


Any clues who to contact?
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Old 16th Oct 2015, 11:31
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Hi

Try this adress : [email protected] or [email protected]



They are and more Rwandans among the staff, but most of staff (mainly pilots) are foreigners (USA, UK, Kenya and East of Europe)

The Director of Flight Operations at RwandAir Ltd is Zambian, the Boeing 737 fleet manager is Congolese (but i m not sure), the CRJ fleet manager is Italian, while the Q400 fleet manager is European.

The Chairman is Girma Wake, the former Ethiopian Airlines CEO

They currently need pilots, mainly due to the arrival of the A330s, late 2016. Futhermore, 2 brand new B737-800s will arrive by early 2017.

Some pilots flying on Q400, B737NG and the CRJ-900 will fly on A330s. They will start their Type Raiting at Toulouse, in June 2016.
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Old 17th Oct 2015, 11:21
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It's USD .....not euros....that's not a good salary!!! 7400usd and 1300usd living allowance? They won't attract many guys with that!
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