Authorities in Tanzania has announced to reopen its skies for international passenger flights. The announcement was made by Isack Kamwelwe, the Minister for Works, Transport and Communications on May 18.
In a statement, Isack Kamwelwe said that the reopening of the passenger flight was effective from May 18. Kamwelwe directed the Tanzania Civil Aviation Authority (TCAA) to inform the International Civil Aviation Organization about the decisions made by the government of Tanzania.
Isack Kamwelwe also directed the Tanzania Airports Authority and the Kilimanjaro Airport Development Company Limited to ensure that they provided services to flights landing in the country in collaboration with the Ministry of Health, Community Development, Gender, Elderly and Children.
Air Tanzania Company Limited, the national carrier of the country has been directed by Kamwelwe to make arrangements for resuming its international flights to various countries.