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FORMED IN 1977 AND STARTED OPERATIONS IN 2002. AIR TANZANIA (TNZ) IS THE NATIONAL FLAG CARRIER. IT WAS ESTABLISHED AFTER THE PRIVATIZATION OF AIR TANZANIA (TNZ), WHICH WAS FOUNDED ON MARCH 10 1977 TO TAKE OVER THE SERVICES FROM THE TRI-NATIONAL, "EAST AFRICAN AIRWAYS" (UGX). SCHEDULED & CHARTER, DOMESTIC, REGIONAL & INTERNATIONAL, PASSENGER & CARGO, JET AIRPLANE SERVICES.
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The United Republic of Tanzania (Jamhouri ya Mwungano wa Tanzania), including the half-autonomous island of Zanzibar) was established in 1964, it covers an area of 945,087 sq km, its population is 30 million, its capital cities are Dodoma and Dar-es-Salaam, and its official languages are Swahili and English.
JUNE 1993: 1992 = -37.9% (RPK) PASSENGER TRAFFIC; -24.2% PASSENGERS (PAX).
AIR TANZANIA (TNZ) FLIES TO ADEN, BUJUMBURA, DJIBOUTI, DUBAI, ENTEBBE, GABARONE, HARARE, JOHANNESBURG, KIGALI, LILONGWE, LUSAKA, AND MUSCAT. ALSO HAS OPERATIONS TO SEYCHELLES, MAURITIUS & DJIBOUTI TO BOMBAY (WITH POSSIBLE 120 MINUTES APPROVAL FOR EXTENDED TWIN-ENGINE OPERATIONS (ETOPS)).
JANUARY 1994: 1ST 6 MONTHS 1993 = -22.8% PASSENGERS.
MAINTENANCE BY SHANNON AEROSPACE, IRELAND.
760 EMPLOYEES (INCLUDING 127 FLIGHT CREW (FC), & 226 MAINTENANCE TECHNICIANS (MT)).
NOVEMBER 1994: FISCAL YEAR (FY) 1994 = +$.65 MILLION (NET PROFIT) (+$.20 MILLION): 54.3% LF LOAD FACTOR.
MAY 1996: J MARANDUS, MANAGING DIRECTOR; & J GWASEKO, TECHNICAL DIRECTOR.
MARCH 1998: 737-300, TAESA (TES) WET-LEASED FOR 6 MONTHS (CFM56-3C1).
APRIL 1998: 760 EMPLOYEES (INCLUDING 127 FLIGHT CREW (FC) & 226 MAINTENANCE TECHNICIANS (MT)).
THE AIR TANZANIA (TNZ) MAINTENANCE HANGAR IS 8,200 SQ M.
SEPTEMBER 1998: ALLOWS 737-33A (27284), TAESA (TES) WET-LEASED TO EXPIRE.
FEBRUARY 1999: 737-33A (24790), EX-JET AIRWAYS (JPL), (AWAS) (AWW) LEASED.
APRIL 1999: 760 EMPLOYEES (INCLUDING 127 FLIGHT CREW (FC) & 226 MAINTENANCE TECHNICIANS (MT)).
(http://www.mwebmarketplace.co.za/airtan). SITA: DARQXTC.
737-2R8C (21711, 5H-MRK), LEASED TO AIR NAMIBIA (NAM).
JUNE 1999: CODE SHARE WITH GULF AIR (GUL) TO MIDDLE EAST.
NOVEMBER 1999: USA SIGNS FULL "OPEN-SKIES" PACT, THE 1ST WITHIN AFRICA, EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY EXCEPT FOR CHARTER FLIGHTS, TO BE PHASED IN OVER 2 YEARS.
APRIL 2000: 760 EMPLOYEES (INCLUDING 127 FLIGHT CREW (FC), & 226 MAINTENANCE TECHNICIANS (MT)).
MAY 2000: JOINT OPERATIONS WITH UGANDA AIRLINES (UGA) TO ENTEBBE, AT DAR-ES-SALAAM CONNECTING TO MORONI, MAURITIUS, HARARE, LUSAKA, & JOHANNESBURG.
MARCH 2001: TO CODE SHARE WITH KENYA AIRWAYS (KEN) TO NAIROBI.
AUGUST 2001: 760 EMPLOYEES. SITA: DARDZTC.
NOVEMBER 2001: CODE SHARE WITH KENYA AIRWAYS (KEN) TO NAIROBI (12 FLIGHTS/WEEK).
APRIL 2002: (http://www.airtanzania.com).
MAY 2002: TO LAY OFF 243 OF ITS 493 EMPLOYEES AHEAD OF ITS PRIVATIZATION.
June 2002: 737-2R8C (21711, ZS-OWM) sold to (VSA) Aviation.
July 2002: 2001 = 155 Million (RPK) (-16.7%); 52.2% LF Load Factor; 178,000 Passengers (PAX) (-5.1%); 2.77 Million (FTK) Freight Traffic (-18.8%); 543 employees (-28.3%).
October 2002: South African Airways (SAA) takes 49% of Air Tanzania (TNZ) for $20 million.
December 2002: South African Airways (SAA) intends to add 4 airplanes to Air Tanzania (TNZ)'s fleet, including 737-200, 737-800, & 767-300 airplanes. Service to be added to Entebbe, Harare, Kinshasa, and Lusaka, with possible service to Australia, Bombay, London, the Middle East, and West Africa.
March 2003: 737-236 (722-22031, ZS-SIW), South African Airways (SAA) wet-leased.
April 2003: Plans to add service to Dubai, Muscat, Kinshasa, and Lubumbashi.
Dash 8-300, (SA) Express (South African Airways (SAA) leased.
May 2003: 737-33A (24790) returned to (AWAS) (AWW).
July 2003: 760 employees.
November 2003: Dar-es-Salaam to Entebbe.
December 2003: Memo of Understanding (MOU) for code share agreement with Air Zimbabwe (ZMB).
Resumes Dar es Salaam - Johannesburg - Harare (3/week).
July 2004: F28-4000 (ZS-JAS), Airquarius wet-leased.
November 2004: 760 employees.
April 2005: 1 order 737-800, 157 passengers, South African Airways (SAA) leased, to begin services to Dubai, Mumbai, Kinshasa, & Lubumbashi.
May 2005: 250 employees.
February 2006: The governments of Tanzania and South Africa have agreed to separate Air Tanzania Corporation (TNZ) from South African Airways (SAA). (SAA) bought 49% of the carrier back in 2002 but not much progress has been made lately. For example, 2 of Air Tanzania (TNZ)'s airplanes are in South Africa for maintenance and pledges by (SAA) to bring in 3 more Boeing airplanes into the partnership have not materialized.
July 2006: Air Zimbabwe (ZMB) signed code share agreements with Air Tanzania (TNZ) and Air Malawi (AML).
September 2006: South African Airways (SAA) sold its 49% share in Air Tanzania (TNZ) back to the Tanzanian government for $1, according to press reports. The government sold the stake to (SAA) in December 2002 for $20 million. "I think South African Airways (SAA), when they made the decision to buy into Air Tanzania (TNZ), they thought it would suit their strategic objectives. It become apparent it was no longer in support of their strategic objectives," (TNZ) Managing Director, John Coleman told the "Associated Press (AP)," adding that it will take 3 - 6 months for the companies to split software, communications equipment and other joint operations.
(TNZ) said it operates a fleet of 3 737-200s and 1 F28 and employs 271 people.
February 2007: 737-232 (23602, 5H-MVZ), delivery. 2 737-236's (22029; 22031), returned to South African Airways (SAA) and stored at Johannesburg.
September 2007: Since splitting from South African Airways (SAA), Air Tanzania (TNZ) has been operating 2 aging 737-200s on loss making domestic and regional routes. The Tanzanian government wants to re-establish Middle East and Far Eastern routes, as well as services to Western Europe.
Plans for acquiring 5 A320-200s to expand international operations. Is also seeking a new equity partner and China Southern (GUN) is known to have expressed interest in the 25% stake from the Tanzanian government.
If (TNZ) buys the 5 A320s, it still faces competition from Kenya Airways (KEN), which has dominated East African skies with affordable airfares and reliable service for many years. (KEN) has been growing fast in route expansion and ownership of modern airplanes.
October 2007: A320-214 (630, N630AJ), delivery, ex-Air Jamaica (JAM), ex-(6Y-JAJ), AerCap (DEA) leased.
June 2008: As the Tanzanian flag carrier, Air Tanzania (TNZ) provides domestic services as well as international jet airplane services to destinations in eastern and southern Africa, including neighboring Entebbe, Johannesburg, Comores in the Indian Ocean, and Dubai (UAE).
IATA) Code: TC - 197. (ICAO) Code: ATC (Callsign - TANZANIA).
Parent organization/shareholders: Government of Tanzania (100%).
Main Base: Dar-es-Salaam airport (DAR).
Domestic, Scheduled Destinations; Dar es Salaam; Dodoma, Kigoma, Kilimanjaro; Mtwara; Mwanza; Shinyanga, Sumbawanga in western Tanzania, the capital of the Rukwa region, Tabora, & Zanzibar.
International, Scheduled Destinations: Dubai; Entebbe/Kampala; Johannesburg; & Moroni.
(TNZ) has finally leased A320-214 (630, 5H-MWH) after negotiations lasting over 18 months. The former Air Jamaica (JAM) airplane entered service on the Johannesburg route and to Dubai and other (UAE) destinations. (TNZ) plans to have 8 A320s in its fleet by 2012. (TNZ) also recently received 2 Bombardier (BMB) Dash 8-Q300 airplanes, which were purchased for $8.1 million each and are being used to re-launch its domestic operations to Dodoma, Kigoma, Shinyanga, and Tabora, with new routes planned from Dar es Salaam, including Sumbawanga in western Tanzania, the capital of the Rukwa region.
September 2008: The government of Tanzania is said to be holding talks with the China Development Bank with a view to selling its 49% in troubled Air Tanzania to China Sonangol International (CSO) Holdings Ltd. (CSO) would inject funds to allow Air Tanzania (TNZ) to buy brand new airplanes and is also expected to fund the operations of the airline, which is currently struggling to regain its reputation and position in the regional and international market. China Sonongol International (CSO) Holdings Ltd, which was established in 2004, mainly engages in oil, gas, and minerals investment and exploration, crude oil trading and large-scale national reconstruction projects. Headquartered in Hong Kong, the company also has branch offices in mainland China, Africa, and Latin America, and operates an oil refinery in Angola as well as a chartered airline in Angola: SonAir (SON), with operations to the USA, and the UK. Chen Yuan, governor of the China Development Bank, and his delegation were recently in Tanzania to discuss cooperation in finance, infrastructure, energy, mining, and revitalization of the Tanzania - Zambia Railways. Mr Yuan confirmed that the bank would be funding the Air Tanzania (TNZ) deal and added, "China Sonongol International (CSO) has also entered into agreement with Tanzania to develop Terminal III of Julius Nyerere International Airport." He said the China Development Bank may also consider extending support in the form of equity. China Sonongol (CSO) also has a 30% shareholding in Angola's SonAir (SON) airline.
December 2008: Air Tanzania (TNZ) suspended operations following the December 8 suspension of its Air Operators Certificate (AOC) by the Tanzania Civil Aviation Authority, which said the move was a "precautionary but very necessary action to avoid the possibility of the airline compromising flight safety." It said (TNZ)'s airplanes were airworthy and that passenger safety never was at risk, and that the carrier has submitted "about half" of the documentation required for re-certification.
February 2009: Air Tanzania resumed operations on January 24th after the government injected an additional TShs 2 billion/$1.3 million to help ease the flag carrier's financial problems. According to reports, the government has agreed to sell a 49% stake in (TNZ) to China Sonangol International, which is planning to invest in (TNZ) and add 9 airplanes to its fleet.
(TNZ) was grounded in December 2008 for failing to operate under International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) standards, with the authorities citing documentation discrepancies and operational failures. (TNZ) fulfilled the necessary corrections to meet the requirements by December 30th, but was unable to start flying again due to financial constraints. (TNZ) is thought to be in possession of a leased A320 plus 2 DASH 8-300 airplanes which it owns.
On all its key routes, (TNZ) is faced with competition from Kenya Airways (KEN) and its Precision Air (PRT) subsidiary. (TNZ) no longer flies to South Africa, while its Entebbe route now has competition from Air Uganda (AUN).
November 2009: 737-2R8C (21710) to Clear Blue Capital as (ZS-SMX).
September 2010: A320-214 (630) to AGI - Air Guinee International (AGU) as (5H-MWH).
April 2012: Air Tanzania (TNZ) is planning to expand to regional markets by adding a 1st 737-500 and several Dash 8-400s later this year. It currently operates a single Dash 8-300 (474, 5H-MWF) on domestic flights after its other Dash 8-300 (462, 5H-MWG) had to be written off following a recent landing accident at Kigoma airport (TKQ) on April 9.
May 2012: Vista Georgia (AJD) will wet-lease 1 of its 3 737-500s to Air Tanzania (TNZ) which had recently announced regional expansion plans.
June 2012: Air Tanzania (TNZ) is planning to add a 1st ex-Shenzhen Airlines (ZHZ) 737-3Q8 (28573) to its fleet, to complement or replace the 737-500 currently on wet-lease from Vista Georgia (AJD).
August 2012: Air Tanzania (TNZ) has cancelled the wet-lease with Vista Georgia (AJD) for the 737-500 (27354, 4L-AJB) it had used on domestic services from Dar es Salaam to Kilimanjaro (JRO) and Mwanza (MWZ) airports. Its only owned airplane, Dash 8-300 (474, 5H-MWF) is currently stored, leaving (TNZ) with no other choice but to at least temporarily yet again suspend operations and rebook all passengers on other airlines.
September 2012: Aerovista Tanzania (based at Dar-es-Salaam airport (DAR)) has been awarded an air operator certificate (AOC) earlier this month. It is a subsidiary of Dubai International airport (DXB) based airplane lessor Aerovista (AEV), that also operates several airplanes on a wet-lease basis on behalf of other carriers. These airplanes are currently operated by subsidiary Vista Georgia (AJD) and Aerovista Tanzania is expected to be operating some 737s in Africa. Vista Georgia (AJD)'s 737-500 (27354, 4L-AJB) is currently stored at Dar-es-Salaam (DAR) following a wet-lease agreement with Air Tanzania (TNZ).
October 2012: Air Tanzania (TNZ) plans to yet again resume domestic operations on October 10 after getting close to finalizing an agreement with Aerovista Tanzania to again wet-lease 737-500 (27354, 4L-AJB) previously operated by Aerovista (AEV) subsidiary, Vista Georgia (AJD) on (TNZ)'s behalf. (TNZ) had been forced to temporarily suspend operations after cancelling this wet-lease agreement in August because its only other airplane, Dash 8-300 (474, 5H-MWF), has been on the ground on a maintenance check. It expects to now resume operations with both the 737-500 and Dash 8-300s.
March 2013: Air Tanzania (TNZ) inaugurated services on the 700 km route from Dar es Salaam (DAR) to Moroni (HAH) in the Comoros Islands, on March 25, a route it last served 3 years ago. 3x-weekly flights are now offered on the route and operated using a leased 737-200 in competition with Precision Air (PRT)’s service of the same frequency.
April 2014: Air Tanzania ((IATA) Code: TC, based at Dar-es-Salaam) (TNZ) is looking to resume flights from Dar-es-Salaam to the Congolese capital, Kinshasa N'Djili, via the mining town of Lubumbashi.
The Democratic Republic (DR) of Congo Airline blog says the news comes after Tanzanian Minister of Transport, Harrison Mwakyembe held talks with his Congolese counterpart, Justin Kalunga in Kinshasa regarding the improvement of road, rail and air ties between the Democratic Republic of Congo and Tanzania.
Air Tanzania (TNZ) last served Kinshasa in the early 2000s.
July 2014: Interair South Africa ((IATA) Code: D6, based at Johannesburg O R Tambo) (ITI) has signed a code share agreement with Air Tanzania ((IATA) Code: TC, based at Dar-es-Salaam) (TNZ) ahead of (ITI)'s upcoming launch of a 3x-weekly Johannesburg O R Tambo to Dar-es-Salaam route. The agreement, which was announced by Air Tanzania (TNZ)'s (CEO), Captain Milton Lazaro, will allow both airlines to get their foot in the door apropos the growing South Africa - Tanzanian travel market.
The agreement will be extended to cover other destinations in Air Tanzania (TNZ)'s network such as Arusha, Zanzibar, Mwanza, Mbeya, and Moroni International in the Comoros in due course.
Flights between the 2 countries are currently dominated by South African Airways ((IATA) Code: SA, based at Johannesburg O R Tambo) (SAA) and Fastjet ((IATA) Code: FN, based at Dar-es-Salaam) (FSJ), while the last Tanzanian carrier to service the route was Precision Air ((IATA) Code: PW, based at Dar-es-Salaam) (PRT), which last did so in late 2012.
November 2014: Air Tanzania ((IATA) Code: TC, based at Dar-es-Salaam) (TNZ) backer, the Tanzanian government, has continued to drag its heels over the expungement of (TNZ)'s legacy TZS133 billion/USD78.8 million debt despite foreign interest in the airline.
The country's "Guardian" newspaper says Dodoma's refusal to offer immediate help to solve the national carrier's perennial debt problems has scared off investors, who are keen to develop the airline into a viable regional and international operation.
Minister for Transport, Dr Harrison Mwakyembe, whose portfolio oversees the airline, warned Tanzania's parliament that discussions with investors can only begin once THE government has assumed Air Tanzania (TNZ)'s debt.
“The ministry has submitted business plan on how to revive (ATCL) and we are just waiting the process to be completed,” he said.
Dodoma also rejected a proposal from the country's largest private operator, Precision Air ((IATA) Code: PW, based at Dar-es-Salaam) (PRT), to acquire equity in the struggling airline in return for a government-funded bailout.
(TNZ) has been courted by various investors including the mysterious Al Hayat Development and Investment (LLC), an Oman-based firm that has proposed a USD100 million investment in (TNZ).
JoyAir ((IATA) Code: JR, based at Xi'an Xianyang), Emirates (EAD), and Turkish Airlines (THY) have all reportedly expressed an interest in (TNZ) though it is believed a due diligence of Air Tanzania (TNZ)'s current business standing has scared them off.
Air Tanzania (TNZ) currently operates 2 airplanes to 3 countries, 8 destinations, on 10 routes and 10 daily flights.
March 2015: Air Tanzania (TNZ) owner, the Tanzanian government, could replace the debt-stricken national carrier with a new company which, it says, should be professionally run.
The Tanzanian "Daily News" reports the country's Parliamentary Public Accounts Committee (PAC) directed the Treasury Registrar to prepare a feasibility study to either revamp the Air Tanzania Company Ltd (ATCL) or to establish a new national airline. The report is due by June.
"The new national flag carrier or the improved (ATCL) will be co-owned by the Tanzania National Parks (TANAPA) and the Ngorongoro National Parks, who will be made strategic investors and exempted from paying taxes," the Ministry of Natural Resources & Tourism and the Treasury Registrar, Zitto Kabwe, said.
The quintessential government-run airline, Air Tanzania (TNZ) has long suffered from poor management, over-staffing, and under-capitalization resulting in a decade of hefty annual losses.
There is hope on the horizon, however, as according to Air Tanzania (TNZ)'s Board Chairman Salim Msoma, a recovery strategy for (TNZ) has already been devised.
But, any recovery of (TNZ) is contingent on the (TNZ)'s TZS93billion/USD50.8 million in outstanding debt being settled. Last year, Minister for Transport, Dr Harrison Mwakyembe, whose portfolio oversees the airline, warned the Tanzanian parliament that discussions with investors can only begin, once government has assumed Air Tanzania (TNZ)'s debt; a move it has been reluctant to undertake.
Among the entities that have expressed an interest in a revamped Air Tanzania (TNZ) include JoyAir ((IATA) Code: JR, based at Xi'an Xianyang), Emirates (EAD), Turkish Airlines (THY), and the mysterious Oman-based firm Al Hayat Development and Investment LLC, which has proposed a USD100 million investment in the carrier.
Currently, Air Tanzania (TNZ) operates a CRJ-100, leased from CemAir ((IATA) Code: 5Z, based at Johannesburg O R Tambo), a CRJ-200 leased from Trident Aviation (Nairobi Wilson), and a Dash 8-300 on flights throughout the country, as well as to the Comoros and Burundi. Plans are afoot to acquire 2 Dash 8-400s as well as an E170 and an E190 from Embraer (EMB) (São José dos Campos), though this has yet to be corroborated by the Brazilians.
July 2016: The Tanzanian government has signed a firm order agreement with Bombardier (BMB) for 2 Dash 8-400s. The turboprops, once delivered, will likely be placed with Air Tanzania (TC, Dar-es-Salaam) (TNZ) as part of its fleet renewal program.
Air Tanzania (TNZ) currently operates 1 Dash 8-300 on regular flights to Kigoma, Moroni International, Mtwara, and Mwanza from its Dar-es-Salaam hub.
Air Tanzania (TNZ) currently operates 1 airplane to 3 countries, 5 destinations, on 4 routes and 8 daily flights.
December 2016: News Item A-1: The Tanzanian Government Flight Agency (TGFA) has signed firm purchase agreements for 2 Bombardier CS300s single-aisle jets and 1 Dash 8-Q400 turboprop, Bombardier (BMB) announced December 2.
The aircraft will be leased to and operated by national flag carrier Air Tanzania (TNZ), based in Dar-es-Salaam.
The combined contracts have a list price value of approximately $200 million.
The Dash 8-Q400 order follows <3 months after 2 of the same type were delivered to the (TGFA), also for operation by (TNZ). Like the 2 earlier examples, the latest aircraft will have an all-economy, 76Y-seat interior with 2 lavatories.
The 2 CS300s will be configured in a dual-class layout, and will be equipped with Wi-Fi internet and in-flight entertainment systems.
The latest orders further boost Air Tanzania (TNZ), which this year had seen its fleet dwindle to a single Bombardier Dash 8-300, a predecessor of the Dash 8-Q400.
“The domestic market in Tanzania, as well as the regional market, is becoming more competitive as both business and leisure travel are steadily increasing,” the Tanzanian Ministry of Works, Communications & Transport’s Permanent Secretary Leonard Chamuriho said. (TNZ) had to offer aircraft that could compete, both in terms of passenger amenities and operational efficiency, he added.
“The CS300 aircraft will allow (TNZ) to expand both its domestic and regional markets, and it has the range to open new international destinations such as the Middle East and India at the lowest cost,” Bombardier Commercial Aircraft’s VP Sales, Africa and Middle East Jean-Paul Boutibou said. “The CSeries jet aircraft have the right attributes to develop these markets.”
Including this transaction, Bombardier (BMB) has firm orders for 566 Dash 8-Q400 and 360 CSeries aircraft.
News Item A-2: Air Tanzania (TNZ) has been revealed as the previously unidentified customer for a single Boeing 787-8, valued at $224.6 million at list prices. “The 787 will offer increased frequency to the country, significantly increase passenger numbers feeding on to its domestic flights thereby boosting overall tourism to Tanzania,” Boeing Commercial Airplanes VP Sales Latin America, Africa & Caribbean Van Rex Gallard said.
This marks the latest in a series of airplane acquisitions for the airline, building on the Tanzanian Government Flight Agency’s recent firm purchase agreements for 2 Bombardier CS300s and 1 Dash 8-Q400 announced December 2.
Earlier this year, Air Tanzania (TNZ) took delivery of 2 Dash 8-Q400s in an all-economy, 76Y-seat layout.
July 2018: 787-8 (64249, 5H-TCG) delivery.
August 2018: Air Tanzania (TNZ) will launch 3x-weekly flights to Mumbai (India) starting from September, followed by services to Guangzhou (China) in December.
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0 737-2R8C (JT8D-17) (546-21710, /78 5H-ATC "KILIMANJARO;" 573-21711, /79 5H-MRK "SERENGETI") (21711 LEASED TO (NAM) 1999-04, RETURNED), AVAILABLE FOR LEASE/SALE. 21711 SOLD TO (VSA) AVIATION 2002-06. 21710; TO CLEAR BLUE CAPITAL AS (ZS-SMX) 2009-11. 12F, 94Y.
1 737-232 (JT8D) (23602, 5H-MVZ), 2007-02.
0 737-236 (JT8D-15A) (662-22029, /80 5H-MUZ; 722-22031, /80 5H-MVA), (SAA) WET-LEASED 2003-03. 22029; & 22031; RETURNED. 19C, 88Y.
0 737-33A (CFM56-3C1) (1955-24790, /91 5H-TCA "NGORONGORO"), EX-(JPL), (AWW) LEASED 1999-02 UNTIL 2003-02, RETURNED 2003-05. 20F, 100Y.
0 737-247 (JT8D) (1329-23520, 5H-MVV), SOLD TO STAR AIR CARGO (SSZ) AS (ZS-SHL) 2008-12.
1 737-3Q8 (CFM56-3B2) (2290-25373, /92 B-2971), EX-(LDE), (ILF) LEASED. (SHZ) WET-LEASED 2012-06. 140Y.
1 737-500 (CFM56-3C) (27354, 4L-AJB), (AJD) WET-LEASED. STORED AT DAR-ES-SALAAM.
0 737-800 (CFM56-7B), (SAA) WET-LEASED. RETURNED. 157 PAX.
1 787-8 (64249, 5H-TCG), 2018-07.
0 A320-214 (CFM56-5B4/P) (630, /97 N630AJ, 4/08), EX-(JAM), EX-(6Y-JAJ). (DEA) LEASED. 630 LEASED TO (AGU) 2010-09. 12F, 138Y.
0 F27-600RF FRIENDSHIP (RR DART 536-7R) (10569, /77 5H-MPU "RUVUMA;" 10589, /79 5H-MRM "RUVU"), 1 GROUNDED, 2 PARTED OUT 2001-12. 44Y.
0 F28-4000 SPEY 555-15P) (11225, /85 ZS-JAS), (AQU) WET-LEASED 2004-08. RETURNED. 75Y.
2 ORDERS BOMBARDIER CS300 LEASED TO TANZANIAN GOVERNMENT FLIGHT AGENCY (TGFA), OPERATIONS BY (TNZ):
0 BOMBARDIER DASH 8-315 (PW123E) (354, /94 ZS-NLZ 2004-04; 358, /94 ZS-NMA 2003-04), (SAA) LEASED 2003-04. RETURNED. 50Y.
1 BOMBARDIER DASH 8-Q300 (PW123E) (462, 5H-MWG, W/O IN ACCIDENT AT KIGOMA AIRPORT (TKQ) IN 2012-04; 474, 5H-MWF). 474 STORED. 50Y.
2 +1 ORDER BOMBARDIER DASH 8-400, LEASED TO TANZANIAN GOVERNMENT FLIGHT AGENCY (TGFA), OPERATIONS BY (TNZ). 76Y.
0 DORNIER 228-201 (TPE331-5-252D) (8056, /85 ZS-OVM), 8021, ZS-NRN RTND 2003-06. 8056; RETURNED. 18Y.
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MUSTAPHA NYANG'ANYI, CHAIRMAN.
DAVID MATAKKA, CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER (CEO).
JOHN COLEMAN, MANAGING DIRECTOR (DARODTC).
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FIDELIS TARIMO, TECHNICAL DIRECTOR, (email@example.com) (DARTDTC).
MIKE BOND, COMMERCIAL DIRECTOR.
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ZIMBA BROWN, MANAGER ENGINEERING & QUALITY CONTROL (QC) (1999-07).
J GWASEKO, MANAGER KILIMANJARO MAINTENANCE FACILITY.
AHMED MWINGE, MAINTENANCE MANAGER.
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