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Precision Air moves Nairobi departures to JKIA Terminal 1A

A Precision Air ATR 42 at Nairobi's JKIA.

Tanzania’s Precision Air is moving its flights in Nairobi to the new Terminal 1A at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA). The airline will begin using Terminal 1A for departing flights from Monday, 8th September. Precision Air mostly flies to Tanzanian destinations. Flights that will begin departing from Terminal 1A are those going to Dar […]

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Kenya Airways regional flights move to JKIA’s Unit 3

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Flight operations at Nairobi’s Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA) are largely back to normal despite the disruptions caused by a massive fire a month ago. The fire destroyed the arrivals terminal while causing serious damage to adjacent buildings. Sections of the airport not affected by the fire have been converted into arrival and departure terminals. […]

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Precision Air embarks on recovery amidst huge losses

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Tanzania’s Precision Air has announced a turnaround strategy designed to get the airline out of a US$18 million loss. Among the measures are staff retrenchment and the closure of unprofitable routes. Precision Air announced a net loss of Tanzanian Shillings 30.4 billion (US$18 million) for the financial year ending 31 March 2013, compared to last year’s […]

Precision Air flying to Zanzibar despite tax row

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Tanzanian airline, Precision Air, is still flying to Zanzibar contrary to reports by a local daily that the airline had been stopped from operating from the island due to a tax row. The report carried in the Daily News newspaper says that the Zanzibar Revenue Board (ZRB) is claiming over 3.4 billion Tanzanian Shillings (US$2 […]

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Precision Air receives latest ATR 42 variant

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Tanzanian carrier Precision Air has taken delivery of the first ATR 42-600 to go into scheduled commercial service. The aircraft is also the airline’s first brand new -600 series aircraft out of 5 (4 ATR 42-600s and 1 ATR 72-600) ordered in December 2011. The second ATR 42-600 will be delivered towards the end of […]

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