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Tanzania's Dodoma Airport is now 80% complete

Posted 11 August 2016 · Add Comment

Tanzania's Dodoma Airport is now 80% complete and expected to be finished by the end of August.

Minister for Works, Transport and Communication Professor Makame Mbarawa said: “We believe in 45 days time the project will be over and we want to call for patience to all the business community using it.”

The minister added that once the construction of the airport is completed the airport will enable aircraft with capacity of between 70 and 90 passengers to land and take off.

The work has included rehabilitation of the aircraft parking bay and runways.

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