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Precision Air extends its market presence to Brazil and Mexico

Posted 9 July 2019 · Add Comment

Precision Air is partnering with leading GSA representative TAL Aviation, to work together on expanding the airline's presence in Brazil and Mexico.

 

TAL Aviation is well acquainted with the region, promoting tourism to Africa throughout its global network and representing Precision Air in Greece, since 2017.

Besides tourism to the region, Precision Air has made other strategic decisions to also support its country's economic growth, such as the resumption of its Kahama and Tabora services of the north western region of Tanzania, which it announced recently. 

It also recently announced the inauguration of a new flight to connect Dodoma with Mtwara, Dar es Salaam, Mwanza, Arusha and Nairobi via Dar es Salaam and Kilimanjaro.  

Nissim Sagis, TAL Aviation's chief commercial officer said:  "Simplifying travel for the traveller, whether for business or leisure, is one of our goals.  We are happy to expand our cooperation with Precision Air in order to develop and assist them in selling their routes.  Living and breathing the air and travel industry, it's always exciting to learn of increasing travel movements.  Latin Americans are travelling now more than ever, and for our teams in Brazil and Mexico, being able to offer their markets a taste off the beaten tracks of Africa's savannah and neighbouring Kilimanjaro plus experiencing Tanzania's exotic islands is great news for them!"

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