PRECISION AIR’S FOUR FLIGHTS PER WEEK WILL LINK DAR ES SALAAM WITH ENTEBBE AGAIN
(Posted 08th June 2017)
It is now just over three weeks to go until Precision Air, Tanzania’s only publicly quoted airline company, will resume flights between Dar es Salaam and Uganda’s main international airport, Entebbe.
The company halted the services in 2013 after which Fastjet came on the route but operational challenges and restructuring of that airline then left the route once again without any nonstop or direct flights.
Uganda’s tourism and business community at large welcomed the news therefore when a few weeks ago Precision Air announced they would fill the void with four flights a week, every Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Two of the flights will operate nonstop while the two remaining services will route via Kilimanjaro International, giving Ugandans access to Arusha and the East African Community headquarters.
All flights will be operated by Precision Air’s workhorse aircraft, an ATR72 which is configured in an all economy class cabin layout.
Watch this space for details on the inaugural flight launch on the 01st of July.