Precision Air increases flights to Tanzania

by Fran
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Tanzania's domestic airline Precision Air heading to Zanzibar
Tanzania's domestic airline Precision Air heading to Zanzibar
  • Tanzania is an African destination and safari hotspot. When leading airlines increase their flight frequencies, it is good news all round!
  • Precision Air has announced their flight frequencies to Kilimanjaro, Zanzibar and Mtwara - with the daily number of flights to Kilimanjaro and Zanzibar offering ease of access for tourists or safari goers.
  • Precision Air's online booking system is another convenience - book your flights online for fast, easy and seamless traveling.

Privately-owned Precision Air offers public scheduled flights throughout Tanzania and neighboring countries. Now, this leading domestic Tanzanian airline announced an increase in flight frequencies to the country’s top tourist destinations. Tanzania is not only an East Africa tourism highlight, but it is also among Africa’s top safari destinations. More flights to and from Tanzania’s most appreciated tourist hotspots is therefore great news for anyone planning a Tanzanian safari holiday. 
Here’s the deal on Precision Air’s latest flights:

Precision Air flights from Dar es Salaam to Kilimanjaro: five flights per day

Precision Air tells us that an increased demand for domestic flights necessitated the airline to increase their flight frequencies.  Three Tanzania hotspot destinations are now benefiting from increased Precision Air flights. 

Mount Kilimanjaro is Africa’s highest peak, and its dormant volcanic yet snow capped caps are a true resemblance of Africa’s mystery and majesty for many people. Precision Air is increasing their daily four flights from Dar es Salaam to Kilimanjaro, to five flights a day.  And while you’re planning a trip to Kilimanjaro – remember that this is safari country!  At the foot of Kilimanjaro, expect to see wildlife gathering or moving about in great numbers, including elephant, giraffe, buck and zebra herds; all found within the Kilimanjaro National Park. Other prominent national parks here which are ideal for an African safari experience include Serengeti, Ngorongoro and Arusha among others.

Precision Air flights from Dar es Salaam to Zanzibar: three flights per day

Zanzibar is one of East Africa’s most prominent spice islands where white beaches and inviting waters offer relaxing days. The airline route between Dar es Salaam to Zanzibar is a key route, and Precision Air now offers three daily flights between Tanzania’s capital city and this idyllic island.  Visiting Zanzibar is a brilliant way to round of your East African safari holiday, adding sea and sunshine to the otherwise exciting wildlife scene.

Precision Air flights from Dar es Salaam to Mtwara: ten flights per week

In the south eastern region of Tanzania we find Mtwara. This southern Tanzanian location may be remote, but it is an equally charming tourist destination. This quaint East African coastal village is famous for its vibrant fish market – an entire cultural experience on its own. Precision Air has increased its weekly flights between Dar es Salaam and Mtwara, from seven weekly flights to a total of ten flights per week. A new addition also is their evening flights to Mtwara. This allows tourists with safaris concluding during day time, to make their way to this coastal location during the evening – working out nicely for those with limited time visiting East Africa.

In addition to these key routes, Air Precision also offer daily flights to Arusha, Mbeya, Mwanza, Bukoba, as well as Nairobi, Kenya.

Tanzania is one of Africa’s best safari and tourism destinations, and with increased flight frequencies from a leading local airline, the options to plan your safari itinerary has just become a whole lot easier.  Precision Air even offers an updated online booking system for your convenience.  All small details which will contribute to an unforgettable East African experience!

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