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New radar at Tanzania's northern airport to boost fish exports

China.dot.org 24 Nov 2021
Addressing the 50th National Air Transport Facilitation Committee in the Mwanza city, Johari said for quite some time Tanzania exported fish products from Lake Victoria to Europe through airports in Kenya and Uganda for lack of aviation ...
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The Most Notable New Airline Routes This Week

Simple Flying 23 Nov 2021
New Zambia service for Air Tanzania ... The honor goes to Air Tanzania, with three weekly flights by the 132-seat A220-300, with 12 seats in business and 120 in economy ... Ndola is Air Tanzania’s second destinatiTanzania’sia, after Lusaka, the capital. Ndola is Air Tanzania’s second destinatiTanzania’sia, after Lusaka, the capital.
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Air Tanzania's Nairobi Entry to Make Skies Bumpier for KQ

All Africa 23 Nov 2021
Air Tanzania will step up competition for the East Africa skies with a flight on Dar e Saalam-Nairobi route starting this Friday ....
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Airbus vs Boeing: Who Won The Dubai Airshow?

Simple Flying 22 Nov 2021
Air Tanzania then placed Boeing’s next commercial order of the show later that day, ordering a Boeing 787 Dreamliner, a 767 freighter, and two Boeing 737 MAX aircraft. Finally, the manufacturer scored big on the show’s last day, with Indian startup Akasa Air ordering 72 Boeing 737 MAX aircraft.
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Rediscovering The Lost Wings: Global Aviation Sector Makes A Strong Come Back Through Dubai Airshow

The Times of India 20 Nov 2021
The US aircraft manufacturer Boeing also bagged a few orders including the mega Dh.33 billion-deal with India’s Akasa Air besides an agreement to sell two freighters with Emirates SkyCargo, a deal with Air Tanzania for four aircrafts and defence deals with the UAE companies.
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Air Tanzania Rules Out Possibility of Breaking Even in 2022

All Africa 20 Nov 2021
Dar es Salaam -- The Air Tanzania Company Limited (ATCL) has ruled out the possibility of breaking even in 2022 contrary to their initial plans ....
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It’s a wrap for Dubai Air Show 2021 after a series of mega-deals

Gulf News 18 Nov 2021
Indigo Partners, the owner of low-cost carrier Wizz Air and Mexico’s Volaris, announced an order for 255 A321neo aircraft ... India’s newest airline Akasa Air placed a near $9 billion order with Boeing for 72 737 MAX aircraft to build its fleet ... Boeing and Air Tanzania struck a deal for a 787-8 Dreamliner, a 767-300 Freighter and two 737 MAX jets.
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Dubai Air Show 2021: A glance at the top deals at the five-day aviation summit

Gulf News 18 Nov 2021
Indigo Partners, the owner of low-cost carrier Wizz Air and Mexico’s Volaris, announced an order for 255 A321neo aircraft ... India’s newest airline Akasa Air placed a near $9 billion order with Boeing for 72 737 MAX aircraft to build its fleet ... Boeing and Air Tanzania struck a deal for a 787-8 Dreamliner, a 767-300 Freighter and two 737 MAX jets.
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Dubai Airshow ends on optimistic note for travel industry's recovery

The National 18 Nov 2021
The order includes 102 planes for Europe's Wizz Air (75 A321 Neos and 27 A321XLRs), 91 A321 Neo aircraft for US-based Frontier, 39 A321 Neos for Volaris and 23 aircraft for JetSMART (21 A321 Neo and two A321XLRs) ... Smaller deals included an order by Air Tanzania for the 787-8 Dreamliner, a 767-300 freighter and two 737 Maxs.
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Dubai Airshow ends on a positive note

Gulf News 18 Nov 2021
1) Indigo Partners, the owner of low-cost carrier Wizz Air and Mexico’s Volaris, announced an order for 255 additional A321neo aircraft ... 2) India’s newest airline Akasa Air ... 4) Boeing and Air Tanzania struck a deal for a 787-8 Dreamliner, a 767-300 Freighter and two 737 MAX jets.
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From The 737 MAX To The 787: Air Tanzania Orders Boeing Jets

Simple Flying 16 Nov 2021
Julius Nyerere International Airport (DAR)-based Air Tanzania has just placed an order with Boeing for a 787-8 Dreamliner, a 767-300 Freighter, and two 737 MAX aircraft ... The 787 will significantly increase passenger numbers feeding on to its domestic flights thereby boosting overall tourism to Tanzania.” About Air Tanzania.
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Air Tanzania orders Boeing freighter and passenger jets

Gulf Daily News 16 Nov 2021
Air Tanzania has announced an order valued at more than $726 million at list prices for four Being aircraft, including a 787-8 Dreamliner, a 767-300 Freighter and two 737 MAX jets at the 2021 Dubai Airshow. The airplanes will be operated by Air Tanzania, the national flag-carrier ...
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