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EgyptAir plans to help revive the ailing Air Tanzania

Discussion in 'Biashara, Uchumi na Ujasiriamali' started by Alpha, Mar 23, 2009.

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    Alpha JF-Expert Member

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    EgyptAir pledges ‘Midas touch’ to ATCL
    Monday, 23 March 2009
    Egypt national career, EgyptAir, plans to help revive the ailing Air Tanzania when it resumes operations in the country in June. EgyptAir Country Manager Wael ElDemerdash told the 'Daily News' in Dar es Salaam yesterday his airline had plans for what he called ‘co-sharing agreements’ with Air Tanzania, a move that could boost business of the crippled local airline.
    “We need to do business with Air Tanzania … there are many opportunities … such as the cosharing and other agreements to help boost trade between the two airlines,” Mr ElDemerdash said. EgyptAir ceased operations in April 2004, due to what it called a ‘weak product and fleet size’ but there are now plans to operate four direct weekly flights between Dar and Cairo.
    "We are coming back strong with flights on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday. In Cairo our clients can connect to a thousanddestinations worldwide … through our Star Alliance network,” he said.
    Mr ElDemerdash added that the airline would also be using latest Boeing 737/800 aircraft, which have 16 business and 144 economic class seats, adding that the airline had studied that Tanzania’s market for one and a half years – during which it had a dynamic market with big business potential.
    “This move will strengthen the relations of the two countries on top of ensuring more trade, tourists and investors .., Cairo is the centre for connecting traffic between Africa, Europe, Middle East and Far East,” he said. EgyptAir boasts of a global reach with its membership to Star Alliance of 21 mega carriers, a network of 69 cities in 52 countries. It also boasts of modern technology in all-round e-ticketing systems.

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    Junius JF-Expert Member

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    kitu kizuri kwa watu hawa ni kuwa wana marubani bora na hodari wa ndege, tatizo lao wanadharau dharau kidogo, ila the move siyo mbaya
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    Chuma JF-Expert Member

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    wao wenyewe wapo Taabani....Hivi kwanini hatutafuti serious partners ktk Ndege?...

    au wakubwa wetu wanataka kila Serious partner aweke 10% zenu?..ndio maana mnatuletea mashirika yaliyochoka....!!!
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    Zak Malang JF-Expert Member

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    Kwani ni lazima tuwe na shirika letu la ndege? Kwa nini lisiachiwe kufa tu kama yalivyokufa mengine yaliyokuwa na majina makubwa kuliko hili letu -- kama vile Sabena, AirAfrique, Zambia Airways, Pan American na TWA? Au ni kwa sababu govt officials watakosa safari za che -- maana hawa ndiyo huleta hasara ktk shirika hilo.