Precision Air has agreed to use Zela Aviation as its general representative to lease its planes, crew, and maintenance and insurance to foreign airlines under the terms of the agreement.
According to Precision Air’s chief executive officer, Patrick Mwanri: “Since the pandemic, the aviation industry has seen numerous changes and challenges, and as a company, we have no choice but to be nimble.”
For Mwanri, the cooperation with Zela Aviation will allow Precision Air to use its planes to their full potential, as demand has fallen. As a result of the partnership, “ancillary revenues will be generated throughout the year.”
Andreas Christodoulides, chairman of Zela Aviation, said: “To ensure that this cooperation is successful, we will work closely with Precision Air.”
For the past sixteen years, Zela Aviation has been engaged in aircraft chartering and sales. It has offices in Limassol, Athens, and London, and provides services in Europe, Asia, Africa, and North and South America.. Zela Aviation is a stable and trusted partner in international aviation because of its leading position, active operation over the years, and well-trained crew. Tanzanians hold the bulk of Precision Air. Arusha, Bukoba, Dodoma, Kahma, Kilimanjaro, Mbeya, Mtwara, Mwanza, Zanzibar, and Nairobi are among the destinations served by scheduled flights from Dar es Salaam. Additionally, Precision Air provides charter flights, third-party maintenance services through its Approved Maintenance Organization (AMO), parcel delivery, and cargo services in addition to its regularly scheduled commercial services