Monday, January 18, 2021

Air Tanzania and Air India sign cooperation agreement

Dar es Salaam: Air Tanzania Company Limited (ATCL) and Air India have  on Monday, January 18, announced an interline agreement which is meant increase connectivity for  customers of both airlines.

The national carrier's managing director Ladislaus Matindi said under the pact, both companies will be selling tickets jointly for flights between their route networks, allowing customers to travel with one ticket, check in once and check bags through their final destination.

He explained that customers on Air Tanzania’s route into India can enjoy access to the largest portfolio of destinations on Air India domestic network in India and beyond with access to more than 100 destinations via Mumbai.

"This agreement with Air India is very important in strengthening our international presence especially presenting Air India service to our clients who want to explore India as well as the far East countries," said Mr Matindi.

18/01/21 Alex Nelson Malanga/Citizen

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