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Airlines flying to Tanzania

AIRLINES TO TANZANIA Currently, there are more than 19 airlines operating at the Dar es Salaam Julius Nyerere International Airport (JNIA), Tanzania’s largest and busiest airport. These airlines include: Air France-KLM, Air Mozambique, Air Tanzania, Air Uganda, Egypt Air, Emirates, Ethiopean Airlines, Ewa Air, Fly Dubai, Kenya Airways, Malawia Airlines, Oman Air, Precision Air, Pro …

What is Kilimanjaro Airport Like?

Kilimanjaro International Airport (airport code JRO) provides a convenient way for visitors to fly in and out of Tanzania for their climb and safari trips. It is the closest airport to Kilimanjaro, located just 40 minutes from the gateway towns of Moshi and Arusha by vehicle, which makes it easy to begin your adventure soon after …

Dar es Salaam Airport Transportation

As Tanzania’s largest airport serving the country’s largest city, Dar es Salaam, Julius Nyerere International Airport is the main point of entry for most foreign travelers to Tanzania. Located southwest of the city center in the Ilala District’s Kipawa ward, this international hub handles about 2.5 million passengers a year, offering access to the offshore island paradise …

The most important Tanzania airports

Although there are no direct flights from Italy, you could easily arrive in Tanzania thanks to its three international airports served by many and also European airlines. Furthermore, there is an important number of minor airports and airstrips for national and private flights. The choice of the airport or the arrival and departure airports depends …

Best airport tips for easier travel

All those Instagram posts of people living it up in the airport lounge and sipping champagne on the tarmac are great. But for the rest of us, airports, flying, and everything in-between can be a pain. Long lines, pre-flight security checks, and screaming babies can make the travel experience less than ideal. But it doesn’t …

First time flying solo?

First time flying solo to Tanzania? Here’s how to navigate the airport by yourself 1. Ask, ask, ask! Where’s my gate? Do I need to take my laptop out? Where can I refill my water bottle? Where’s the check-in counter? Your first time travelling alone is guaranteed to come with many questions. But don’t be …

First Time Flyer Guide

First Time Flyer Guide: Essential Tips for New Flyers: There are a few things you should know and familiarise yourself with to make your first flight as stress-free and comfortable as possible. Here is a guide with all the info you need to know from booking a flight to navigating the airport and getting onto the …

Transit Passenger Guide

What is Transit passenger: Transit passengers transfer to places they want to go to. In aviation, transit passengers are defined as passengers who use other airports for less than 24 hours to get to their destination to complete their journey.  Transit passengers are obliged to apply for a transit visa if necessary. Passengers who will …

Guidelines for Arriving Passengers

If arriving at any International airport within Tanzania, such as Dar es salaam, Zanzibar, Kilimanjaro, and Msalato International airport,  from abroad you will need to go through customs and immigration.  Upon landing, you will take the escalator down into the arrivals hall. You will see a sign overhead for the Visa Desk, located to your right.  Do …

Airports Departure Passenger Guide

Taking your first flight is certainly exciting, but can also become a source of stress for those who are unfamiliar with the rules, procedures and customs of flying. To prepare yourself for your first flight, it is therefore important to get information on everything you need to do before and during your journey. Here is …

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