Speaking about the “comeback”, marketing and corporate affairs manager Hillary Mremi said in a press statement yesterday: “Precision Air recognizes the importance of Kahama and Tabora in economic activities in the northwestern region in Tanzania. Therefore, this strategic decision aims at supporting economic growth especially in the trade, agriculture and mining sector in this region.”
“The movement of goods and people in the region will now be simplified and there will be an easy connection to the dry port at Isaka, which also serves the neighbouring landlocked Rwanda, Burundi and Democratic Republic of Congo,” he added.
Mremi appealed to businesses both big and small “to take advantage of the flights to accomplish their businesses and trade deals”.
Established in 1993, Precision Air is a public listed airline that provides scheduled flights to over ten destinations within and outside Tanzania from Dar es Salaam, among them Arusha, Kilimanjaro, Serengeti, Mtwara, Kahama, Bukoba, Mwanza, Zanzibar, Tabora, Serengeti, Nairobi, Entebbe and most recently Tanzania’s capital – Dodoma.