Tanzania’s premier airline, Precision Air (DSE: PAL) is resuming its operations into Musoma effective October 20th, 2015, after it had halted the operations for about 2 years.

According to Precision air, the move to resume Musoma flights has been triggered by the demand in the market. Flights have been revived to cater for passengers who had to drive from Musoma to catch flights in Mwanza.
Precision Air will operate flights to Musoma every Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.

This is great news for the people of Musoma and the travel community at large. Flights to Musoma will not only stimulate trade in Musoma but also the tourism industry.”

Tanzania as a country is blessed with ample opportunities in travel trade and tourism but still a big part of this country remains excommunicated though rich with tourist attractions. 

Musoma town is located in the eastern edge of Lake Victoria, northern Tanzania, and counted as tourist hot spot due to its historical attractions, Butiama and the Serengeti. But for years they lacked air transport infrastructure and this made airlines to stop operating there.

Precision Air operates an all ATR aircraft fleet comprised of both the ATR 42 and the larger ATR 72 models which are well suited to fly in and out of secondary and tertiary airports and aerodromes.
Precision Air is a local owned Airline operating daily flights to ten (10) domestic and regional destinations. Operating from its main hub Dar es Salaam Precision Air flies to Arusha, Kilimanjaro, Mtwara, Kigoma, Mwanza, Bukoba ,Zanzibar and regionally flies to Nairobi.

The Musoma route will make it eleven the number of destinations where the public listed airline flies.

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