When the sky is not the limit…

The saying that the sky is the limit is of course well known, and it applies in particular to airlines for which the sky is their main office and production facility.

When the sky is not the limit…

The saying that the sky is the limit is of course well known, and it applies in particular to airlines for which the sky is their main office and production facility.

Tanzania’s Auric Air has over the past few years been on the prowl, adding destinations, now over 30 in total, many of them served on a scheduled basis with their growing fleet of Cessna C208B Grand Caravans. It does appear as if the sky for them is not the limit as they keep expanding and rarely put their rudder wrong. Operating out of three hubs – Mwanza, Dar es Salaam and Kilimanjaro – the airline has just announced the addition of more flights to the town of Iringa, a place where few other airlines, and then mainly expensive charters fly to.

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The extra flights, according to information received, will operate every Tuesday and Thursday afternoon, leaving Dar es Salaam at 1400 hrs and taking off from Iringa back to Dar at 1600 hrs.

The airline is one of the few of its kind to meet the exacting standards of the Flight Safety Foundation’s maintenance, training and operational standards which earned Auric a Gold Label at their last audit. For a fuller overview of scheduled and ad hoc destinations across Tanzania click on www.auricair.com

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