Daily News Reporter
Precision Air Services, will be re-opening its operations to Musoma after a temporary suspension of the route for about 2 years. Commercial Director, Robert Owusu is quoted in a statement as saying the move was triggered by the demand in the market.
He lamented that Musoma flights have been revived to cater for passengers who had to drive from Musoma to catch flights in Mwanza. “We had temporarily suspended the Musoma route due to the airport’s unfavorable conditions which had caused damages to aircrafts.
Since then, there have been some improvements made to the airport infrastructure that make it safe for our aircrafts to land and take-off from there, “As service providers, we also understand the inconveniences that passenger from Musoma had to go through by driving for about four hours to catch flights in Mwanza. We believe our flights to Musoma will not only stimulate trade in Musoma but also the tourism industry.”
Precision Air will operate flights to Musoma every Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. The Musoma route will make it eleven the number of destinations where the public listed airline flies.