Thursday, 2 October 2008

Our aviation industry should perform better

From IPP Media, Dar es Salaam
By Editor

A reader reacting to a recent BBC News Magazine article on the factors that combine to add quality to airports has this to say: "Efficient, calm and pleasant - now that's how an airport should be."

Meanwhile, according to the article, it took the expenditure of sterling pounds 4.3 billion over 20 long years making flying from or doing business at London's Heathrow an experience as stress-free and enjoyable as was humanly possible.

By all indications, Tanzania Airports Authority director general Prosper Tesha would like to help work the realisation of similar achievements in our country.

That is if his remarks at a forum for aviation stakeholders held in Mwanza on Tuesday are anything to go by.

Read full story in The Guardian.

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