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Precision Air re-opens its routes to Kahama and Tabora

Posted 16 May 2019 · Add Comment

Precision Air’s is resume flights to Kahama and Tabora in Tanzania.

 

Precision Air will be flying to Kahama and Tabora three times a week, every Sunday, Wednesday and Friday, from its hub Dar es Salaam.

Precision Air’s marketing and corporate affairs, manager  Hillary Mremi said: “Precision Air recognizes the importance of Kahama and Tabora in economic activities in the north - western region in Tanzania, therefore this strategic decision aims at supporting  economic growth especially in  Trade, Agriculture and mining sector in this region.”

He added:  “The movement of goods and people in the region will now be simplified, and there will also be an easy connection to the dry port at Isaka, which serves also the neighbouring landlocked countries of Rwanda, Burundi and Congo DRC.“

“We would like to use this opportunity to encourage businesses, small and big to take advantage of the  flights  to accomplish their businesses and trade deals.”

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