The airline says the programme is also aimed at developing needed skills for its technical unit through field attachment, volunteering and apprenticeship.
In the first intake of the programme, the company has recruited 22 candidates who will undergo on the job training at the engineering and maintenance department.
Precision Air managing director Sauda Rajab said finding needed skills in the aviation industry in Tanzania is one of the biggest challenges, which the firm, as one of the industry players, cannot sit back and complain.
“That is the reason we had to come up with the programme to help find solutions for the benefit of the industry. We are proud of our contribution in developing needed skills in the aviation industry in Tanzania. Our aim is to develop as many licenced engineers as possibl…