Tanzania domestic airline Precision Air intends to intensify its domestic operations by increasing frequencies on three major business and touristic destination Kilimanjaro, Zanzibar and Mtwara effective from 16th March 2014.
The adjustment will see Precision Air increase frequencies to Kilimanjaro, Mtwara and Zanzibar. For Dar – Kilimanjaro Precision Air will now fly five times a day from four flights a day operated earlier, while Kilimanjaro – Zanzibar frequencies will increase from two flights a day to three times and Mtwara will now enjoy ten flights a week from seven flights a week operated earlier following the introduction of evening flights to and from Mtwara on Wednesday, Friday and Sunday
Speaking at Precision Air Head Quarters, Precision Air’s Group Managing Director and CEO Ms. Sauda Rajab said Precision Air is responding to the increasing demand of air services in the domestic market.
“Our performance has been tremendously good in these routes, and since we are upholding our mission to develop and provide superior air transport services that exceed customer expectation we decided to increase frequencies to meet our customers demand.” She added.
In the other hand, Precision air has also announced suspension of its operations between Dar es Salaam and Entebbe. Commenting on suspension Ms.Sauda said that Precision Air gave consideration to the routes with high demand and decided to suspend Entebbe operations so as to accommodate the adjustments on Kilimanjaro, Zanzibar and Mtwara.
“Entebbe operations will be suspended temporally effective from 16th March 2014, all our passengers who booked with us will be transferred to our code share partner Air Uganda or Kenya Airways, and those who will opt to cancel their flights, will be refunded immediately.”
Precision Air is a local owned Airline operating daily to ten domestic and regional destinations. Operating from its main hub Dar es Salaam Precision Air flies to Arusha, Kilimanjaro, Mtwara, Mbeya, Mwanza, Bukoba ,Zanzibar and regionally flies to Nairobi, Entebbe and Hahaya.