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Precision Air strengthens operations in Kilimanjaro region

Posted 30 April 2019 · Add Comment

Precision Air has strengthened its operations in Kilimanjaro following the establishment of the mini-hub in the region.

 

The initiative is part of a move to enhance connectivity in the northern region through its latest addition of passenger flight 421 departing from Kilimanjaro at 6:00 am to Dar es Salaam and flight 420 departing from Dar es Salaam at 21:10 to Kilimanjaro. These new flights make Precision Air the biggest operator into and from Kilimanjaro with six frequencies a day. 

Hillary Mremi, the marketing manager at Precision Air said that passengers can now catch several connecting flights from Kilimanjaro to Dar es salaam, Zanzibar, Mwanza,Dodoma, Entebbe, Nairobi and beyond. He added:  “Precision Air patrons and prospective customers may now afford the  luxury of time and time management at their disposal, whether they are heading to a business meeting or just in time to catch a family event.

“Precision Air always strives to make sure that our country is well connected so as to facilitate peoples’ movements and hence boost economic activities in the country. We appreciate the efforts by our President Dkt.John Pombe Joseph Magufuli to fast track economic growth in our country and as development partners, we are committed to support his Government efforts by providing  reliable transport services.”

 

 

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