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Precision Air to launch scheduled flights into the Serengeti National Park

Posted 15 June 2017 · Add Comment

Tanzania leading airline Precision Air will launch scheduled flights into the Serengeti National Park through the Seronera air strip effective from 1st October 2017.

The announcement comes shortly after the airline announced its expected return to Uganda in July 2017.

Precision Air has been operating charter flights into Seronera and the announcement will make it the first and the only IATA member airline to operate scheduled flights to Serengeti National Park.

Precision Air’s commercial director Robert Owusu said Serengeti National Park is among the seven wonders of the world,  and it is a beautiful place that everyone should visit, and to facilitate that Precision Air will operate four flights a week between Dar es Salaam-Seronera and Zanzibar.

“With our flights to Seronera, we are going to transform the whole Safari experience, now tourist can fly direct to Serengeti and spend more time in the park unlike before where they had to drive for hours to and from Serengeti. We will operate every Monday, Wenesday, Saturday and Sunday. Passenger can make their bookings through our website or their travel agents or tour operators,” said Owusu.

“We believe through these flights more tourist will visit Serengeti National Park. Our commitment is to provide reliable services and contribute to the development of tourism in the country.”

 

 

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