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Following completion of renovation at Kigoma airport, ATCL is set to resume daily flights between Dar and Kigoma.

In a press conference held in his offices yesterday, the ATCL Acting Chief Executive Officer, Captain Milton Lazaro, told journalists of their plans to deploy the 50-seater Bombardier Dash 8-300 aircraft on the route. The aircraft was recently certified by ATCL engineers after undergoing major check-C repairs.

"We are now set to resume our Dar es Salaam-Kigoma flights on Thursday, January 10. "We are also working on implementing our aggressive expansion plans which will see us flying to other destinations in the country and beyond," he said.

ATCL will soon fly to Tabora and Mpanda once rehabilitation and renovation of airport facilities there are completed. "ATCL's strategic plans to start flying to Songwe Airport in Mbeya are at advanced stage. We expect to start flying passengers to that destination on January 20," he added.


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