Flying in Africa can be expensive and added to the price of your chosen safari, the costs can soon escalate out of control. But there is a way to find the most affordable airline to get there.
Whenever I (more about me) fly I follow these simple guidelines to make sure I find the best deal available. Nothing worse than having to pay over the odds when you could have got away with paying less.
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Air Tanzania was the countries national carrier but they have been suffering operational and financial problems for a number of years, so I would avoid using them altogether until they get their act together.
Many of the major airlines worlwide do offer international routes for this country so check their websites for prices and schedules.
There are five major airports within the country and they all deal with international flights to Tanzania apart from Wawi in Pemba.
The others are as follows:
|Dar Es Salaam||Dar Es Salaam International|
Flying is often the most comfortable and quickest option to get from one safari game reserve to another in Tanzania due to the fact that the road network in some wilderness areas is often in a state of disrepair or completely non-existant.
There are currently six major domestic and charter airlines operating in the country namely...
Coastal Aviation, Precision Air, Air Tanzania, East African Air, Regional Air Services and Zanair.
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