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Precision Air is number one in Africa for on-time performance

Posted 4 January 2018 · Add Comment

According to a report that was released for the period of June –November 2017 by the Official Airline Guide (OAG), an air travel intelligence company based in the United Kingdom shows that Precision Air leads other 34 Airlines in Africa in On Time Performance.

The report reveals further that, Precision Air leads other airlines in East Africa in On-Time Performance. During the period reported Precision Air operated a total of 9,050 flights and 8,672 flights were on-time, meaning 95.8% flights were on time.

Precision Air's Managing Director and CEO Sauda Rajab said: "Air transport is all about time, people choose to travel by air to save time, and here at Precision Air  on-Time Performance is our top priority.

"We calculate our on-time performance from zero minutes, our commitment is not to waste even a single minute of our valued customer"  

 

 

 

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