Precision Air will resume its operations to Hahaya, Comoros from August 2016 following fleet stabilization.
The Tanzanian airline halted flights to Hahaya in 2014 while undergoing a strategy review which also involved route rationalization.
“We understand there is a demand for transport between Dar es Salaam and Hahaya. As any commercially-oriented entity, we went back to our drawing table and worked on a plan that would allow us to service the route efficiently with our now stable fleet,” Robert Owusu, Commercial Director, Precision Air said.
Precision Air will fly three weekly flights from Dar es Salaam to Hahaya, on Tuesday,Thursday and Saturday and offer passengers free 23kgs of check-in luggage.
The resumption of the Dar-Hahaya flight is expected to strengthen trade between Tanzania and Comoros and facilitate the movement of passengers from America, Europe and the Middle East.
The relaunched route will become Precision Air’s second regional destination after Nairobi.
The airline flies domestically to 10 destinations across Tanzania. [via footprint2africa.com]
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Published June 30, 2016