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Precision Air to be the official carrier of the Kilimanjaro Marathon

Posted 30 January 2019 · Add Comment

Precision Air will be the official carrier of the Kilimanjaro Marathon, which will take place in Moshi on 3rd March 2019.

 

Precision Air’s marketing and corporate affairs, Manager, Hillary Mremi said: “This Marathon not only promotes our local athletes, but also promotes tourism in the country and Precision Air as a major stakeholder of the tourism industry, we are proud to be part of this event.”

Mremi added: “The Kilimanjaro Marathon is among the most successful marathons in East Africa and it is exciting to be a part of it. As the leading Airline in Tanzania with flights connecting Kilimanjaro to Dar es Salaam, Zanzibar, Mwanza, Nairobi and Entebbe we are committed to provide quick, reliable and affordable flights for all participants.

“Those who are planning to attend the marathon should take full advantage of our discount for all domestic flights where they can get a one-way ticket starting from TSH.90,000/-. With our six flights between Dar – Kilimanjaro, three flights between Nairobi-Kilimanjaro, on flight between Mwanza-Kilimanjaro and one flight between Entebbe-Kilimanjaro, passengers will have plenty of flexibility in planning their trips.”

The Kilimanjaro Marathon, which started in 2003, established by event organisers Wild Frontiers with the aim of promoting tourism in Tanzania has grown to become among the biggest sport events in East Africa and Africa at large.

Precision Air’s sponsorship, race director,John Addison, said he was ‘delighted’ to welcome the airline on board as an official partner to the event.  “The support of local companies, such as Precision Air, has helped raise the profile of the race enormously and also made it so much for accessible for runners and spectators alike to travel to the Kilimanjaro Region, at an affordable rate for a weekend of marathon festivities.”

 

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