Tanzania authorities have confirmed that they have completed the purchase of three airplanes that are expected to boost the Airline industry in Tanzania. The three airplanes consist of two Airbus A220-300 and a Dash 8-Q400De-Havilland.
An extract from Mwananchi Newspaper
This latest development is expected to give Kenya Airways a run for its money coming at a time when KQ has been facing major challenges in trying to stay afloat. This year the company made huge losses despite efforts by the stakeholders to seek bail from the Kenyan government to pay its staff and offset some loads.
Tanzania, on the other hand, is committed to ensuring that Tanzania makes major strides in the aviation world even with the recent report by the auditor general revealing, major discrepancies in the running of air Tanzania which received a lot of praises from the late John Pombe Magufuli. Air Tanzania is expected to make major strides in becoming a leading airline in the region.
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