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  History in East Africa’s aviation is rewritten again as  Air Tanzania  (ATCL)   resumes   the Dar es Salaam  (DAR)  -Nairobi  (NBO)  direct flights . Passengers disembarking from the ATCL Airbus A220-300 at Jomo Kenyata International Airport in Nairobi. The Tanzanian national flag career has on 26 th  Nov 2021 returned to Nairobi skies since it last flew there in 2006.  The Airline will be flying twice a day from Dar to Nairobi with an Airbus A220-300   The Airbus A220-300 is a 132-seater aircraft with 12 business class seats and 120 economy class seats. The morning flight will leave Dar es Salaam at 5:50am to arrive in Nairobi at 6:45am. The second flight departs the Kenyan capital at 7:30am to arrive in Dar at 9am. The evening flight will see the airline depart Julius Nyerere International Airport at 8pm to arrive in Nairobi at 9pm. The flight will then leave Jomo Kenyatta International Airport at 10pm to arrive in  Dar es Salaam  at 10:45pm. Air Tanzania Chief Executive Officer La


As part of the commemoration marking the International Civil Aviation Day (ICAD) on 7 December 2019 and the 75 anniversary of International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO), Tanzania Civil Aviation Authority (TCAA)  is  conducting an essay competition centered on the theme  THE ROLES OF NATIONAL CARRIER- AIR TANZANIA IN NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT .  TCAA  is a corporate body, established under the Civil Aviation Act, CAP 80 (R.E 2006). The Act mandates the Authority to regulate economic, safety and security aspect s  of the civil aviation industry as well as providing air navigation services in the United Republic of Tanzania. PRIZES Top three winners will get laptop prizes. ELIGIBILITY Tanzanian primary or secondary schools’ pupils between the age of 10- 13 years. SUBMISSION GUIDELINES ·   Each participant is permitted to submit only one individual entry. ·   It must be an original work of the participant. ·   It should not have previously been submi

Precision Air Now Eyes Chato and Dodoma.

Tanzania leading Airline Precision Air, is considering to start flights to the capital city of Tanzania Dodoma and Chato in Geita. The airline, which was established 25 years ago is currently operating to 10 domestic destinations. Speaking to the press in his office Precision Air’s Marketing and Corporate Affairs Manager, Mr. Hillary Mremi said, Precision has identified the potential market on those two routes and already has started plans to analyze the market so as to design suitable schedule. “There have been key developments in these two destinations, on one hand, the fact that the Government is moving to Dodoma definitely there is going to be a big movement of people to and from Dodoma. Precision Air As the best scheduled airline and the only AITA member in Tanzania, we are considering to start flights to Dodoma so as to provide connection for our passengers from our wide network.” Mr. Mremi Explained. Speaking on Precision Air consideration to start flights to Chato,

Air Tanzania signs a 5 years IFE contract with Inflight Dublin.

Air Tanzania has signed the contract for 5 years This new IFE offering will be available onboard Air Tanzania’s fleet from June 2018. Inflight Dublin, the global IFE and wireless provider, has recently signed a contract with Air Tanzania to provide the latest content offering onboard its new fleet. This new content agreement includes the latest Hollywood movies, international and local titles, classic TV shows, broad audio selection and a range of broadcast shows.  All content will be streamed via embedded Panasonic EX3 systems, which will certainly elevate inflight service. Inflight Dublin will provide additional audio services such as pre-recorded announcements and boarding music. Air Tanzania has signed the contract for 5 years with an aim to significantly improve the airline’s passenger experience by offering IFE. “This new content services agreement represents exciting inflight entertainment growth opportunities for Air Tanzania and a commitment to provide the


The Tanzania Civil Aviation Authority invites candidates to be sponsored by the Training Fund for pilot training for the financial year 2017/2018. The candidate should meet the following criteria: (i)            She/he must be a Tanzanian citizen; (ii)          able to communicate thoroughly in spoken and written English (iii)         must not be older than 25 years at the time of application (iv)         outgoing and of a strong character, with a conviction and adaption                to a high risk industry/environment (v)          Must be a graduate of Bachelor of Science or Engineering degree Please note the shortlisted candidates must sit for and pass a written aptitude test followed by an oral interview. Furthermore, they will be required to undergo medical examination to establish their fitness to undertake such training. All tests and medical examinations will be undertaken by qualified technical personnel and designated medical examiners. Also, all

Airbus and Bombardier Announce C Series Partnership

Airbus to acquire majority stake in the C Series Aircraft Limited Partnership ·         Partnership brings together two complementary product lines, with 100-150 seat market segment expected to represent more than 6,000 new aircraft over the next 20 years ·         Combination of Airbus’ global reach and scale with Bombardier’s newest aircraft family to create significant value for customers, suppliers, employees and shareholders ·         Significant C Series production costs savings anticipated by leveraging Airbus’ supply chain expertise ·         Commitment to Québec: C Series Aircraft Limited Partnership headquarters and primary assembly to remain in Québec, with the support of both companies’ global supply chains ·         Airbus’ global industrial footprint expands with the C Series Final Assembly Line in Canada, resulting in a positive impact on operations in Québec and across the country ·         Growing market for C Series results in second Final Assembly Line i

Precision Air to fly Scheduled Flights to Serengeti effective from 1st October 2017

Tanzania leading airline Precision Air Services PLC, has announced the launch of scheduled flights to Serengeti National Park effective from 1st October 2017. The flights will be from Zanzibar or Dar es Salaam direct to Serengeti every Monday, Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday. The announcement comes few weeks after the airline announced the  launch of scheduled flights to Kahama  effective from 5th September 2017. The announcement found on the airline's website is here quoted: "Dear Customer, Effective from 1st October 2017, Precision Air will start operating scheduled flights to Serengeti National Park. Fly from Zanzibar OR Dar es Salaam direct to Serengeti every Monday,Wednesday,Saturday and Sunday. Enjoy your time in the park or at the beach and let us worry about your flight." End of quote; Precision Air seems to spread its wings all over the Tanzanian space providing affordable and reliable air travel services to its customers. The


JOB VACANCY Precision Air Services Plc wishes to  invite applications from suitably qualified candidates to fill in this challenging position.   POSITION: TECHNICAL DIRECTOR REPORTS TO: GROUP MANAGING DIRECTOR & CEO DUTY STATION: DAR ES SALAAM ROLE PURPOSE OF THE STATEMENT: The Technical Director is responsible and accountable to the Group Managing Director and Chief Executive for the day-to-day operations and activities of the Technical Department. His primary function is to plan for the company fleet expansion and play his role in the implementation and to timely provide serviceable Aircraft for commercial purposes in accordance with the relevant Airworthiness requirements and company aspirations. He accomplishes his duties through delegation of authority to Divisional Managers who are responsible for the day-to-day running of their divisions’ activities MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Engineering background coupled with:-  Seven years Airline Engineeri