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Air Tanzania risks to lose head office over debt claims

(eTN) - Information has come to light that the head office building of Air Tanzania (ATCL) is currently being assessed as to its value following an order by the Tanzania High Court over an outstanding

Tanzania Transport Ministry inspects ongoing work on secondary airports

(eTN) - The Acting CEO of the Tanzania Civil Aviation Authority accompanied the Deputy Minister for Transport on a tour of secondary airport facilities currently under reconstruction, to provide detai

TCAA ends Swissport monopoly

(eTN) - After years of arguments and heated exchanges between airlines and the Tanzania Civil Aviation Authority, a decision has finally come down to end the unsustainable monopoly at the country’s

Aviation observers claim payment of AirTanzania debts has tilted the market

(eTN) - Air Tanzania (ATCL) has finally received a new AOC – Air Operator’s Certification – from the Tanzanian Civil Aviation Authority, after the previous permit had lapsed following the suspen

Tanzania Civil Aviation Authority admits wide-ranging challenges

(eTN) - The Tanzania Civil Aviation Authority (TCAA) has earlier in the week acknowledged that operational constraints across the country’s airports, aerodromes, and airfields are a major challenge

Aviation news: Tanzania Civil Aviation Authority decries loss of air traffic

(eTN) - The annual report by the Tanzania Civil Aviation Authority (TCAA) showed a worrying trend for the year 2009, when a nearly 15 percent drop of aircraft movements was recorded from domestic, reg

Tanzania’s troubled airline to resume flights

DAR ES SALAAM, Tanzania (eTN) - Forty five days after its suspension from aviation operations, Tanzania’s troubled airline Air Tanzania Company Limited (ATCL) is likely to be in the skies again.

Tanzania national airline banned from flying

DAR ES SALAAM, Tanzania (eTN) - At last, Tanzania’s embattled national airline Air Tanzania Company Limited (ATCL) has been banned to operate any flight within and outside Tanzania, at the same time

Kenya’s deadlock puts Tanzanians horticultural under siege

Arusha, Tanzania (eTN) - A multi-million-dollars horticultural industry in Tanzania has endured an “irreparable losses,” thanks to the deadly Kenya's post-election violence.