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Precision Air resumes flights to Hahaya

Posted 25 August 2016 · Add Comment

Tanzania's domestic airline Precision Air has resumed its operations to Hahaya, Comoros.

Precision Air suspended its flights to Hahaya earlier in 2014 while undergoing a strategy review which also  involved route rationalisation.

Quoted in the press release, Precision Air’s  commercial director  Robert Owusu, stated that after stabilisation in the fleet size, Precision Air feels that it is  the right time to resume the flights.

Owusu said: “We understand there is a demand for transport between Dar es Salaam – 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.”

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