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Precision Air Services revamps its website

Posted 27 February 2017 · Add Comment

Tanzania's Precision Air Services has revamped its website with enhanced functionality and improved navigation.

The revamped website went live on Thursday 16th February 2017.

The new website which was developed by the Turkish company ‘Hitit’ who are also the reservation system provider for Precision Air, has been designed to offer a user friendly experience and quick access to the airline’s business updates and information. 

Corporate affairs manager Hillary Mremi, said: “Now our passengers can easily access our website e through their mobile phones , tablets and laptops. This is another milestone in our efforts to make our passenger’s travel experience better. We encourage our passengers to visit our website for their travel arrangements and take advantage of our 10% discount for all online bookings.”

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