Precision Air was established in 1991 and started operations in 1994. It began as a crop sprayer, but expanded to serve the growing tourist market. Scheduled services started in November 1999. In 2006 Precision became the first Tanzanian airline to pass IATA Operational Safety Audit, and as of May 2011, is the only airline in the country to pass that audit. Precision Air moved 465,349 passengers in the 2007/08 financial year, which increased to 538,305 in 2008/09.
About the airline
Precision Air Services Limited, operating as Precision Air, is the largest airline in Tanzania. Its main base is Julius Nyerere International Airport, Dar es Salaam with hubs at Kilimanjaro International Airport and Mwanza Airport. The airline is owned by Investing Public on Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange (12.91%), Kenya Airways (34.13%), Michael Ngaleku Shirima (35.52%) and Potential New Investor (17.44%).
The airline operates scheduled air services for tourists and business traffic between Dar Es Salaam and Fourteen (14) other airports in Tanzania. It also maintains scheduled service to Kenya and Uganda, within the East African region and Internationally to Comoros and South Africa.
Precision Airâ€™s fleet consists of 2 ATR 42-320, 2 ATR 42-500, 5 ATR 72-500 and 2 Boeing 737-300.
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