Tanzania carrier Precision Air has signed a partnership deal with two hotels that will see the airlines’ loyal customers enjoy discounted rates.
The deal will see the airline’s frequent flyers enjoy a 20 per cent discount at the Akemi Restaurant and Southern Sun Hotel Dar es Salaam through its program ‘PAA ROYAL.’
Hillary Mremi, Precision Air’s marketing manager, said the partnership will also give ‘PAA ROYAL’ members more redeemable options.
“At Precision Air, our customers comes first and that is why we always make sure our customer have the best experience flying with us,” said Mr Mremi.
Southern Sun managing director Michael Phillipson said the select flyers will enjoy 20 per cent discount on food and beverages and 10 per cent discount on bed and breakfast basis.
Akemi’s general manager Brett Mullins said, “We are looking forward to serve Precision Air customers, one of the fastest growing airlines in East Africa at the moment”.
The Dar es Salaam-based airline operates scheduled passenger services to Nairobi, Entebbe, and domestic airports in the country.The carrier has about 20,000 registered members.
Precision Air was incorporated in Tanzania in January 1991 as a private airline and started operations in 1993. At first, it operated as a private charter air transport company but in November 1993 changed to offering scheduled services to serve the growing tourist market.
In 2006, Precision Air became the first Tanzanian airline to pass the IATA Operational Safety Audit. Its most recent certificate will expire 22 September 2018.
In April 2011, the airline became a public company.